Experience Project iOS Android Apps | Download EP for your Mobile Device The description of the attack matches that of a plesiosaur. Why didn't the K-T event and the ice age kill them off? Could they be warm blooded?
BinaryGuy11111 BinaryGuy11111 22-25, M 5 Answers Dec 30, 2012 in Hobbies

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Try not to be swayed by passionate opinions on circumstantial evidence.<br />
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I'd have a much easier time believing in sea serpents as classically described - with sightings and stories going back some 3000 years, than the plesiosaur like desc<x>ription, with sightings going back, precisely to the surgeon's photograph of nessie (which was a hoax).

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Because they knew that they had ruled on earth for centuries and most powerful animal of this planet is still to come in form of humans (homosepians) .

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They are extinct.

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