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  1. #1 Nanotyrannus=T.Rex? 
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    Do you believe that Nanotyrannus is actually a juvenile T.Rex? As for me,I believe the animals look strangely similar,yet I would find it sad if this dinosaur never actually existed.State your beliefs on the debate here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleomind View Post
    State your beliefs on the debate here.
    believe - that's a strange word to use in this context
    i'm quite willing to listen to the arguments pro and con, but to take a stance purely because you believe ? since when has belief ever had anything to do with the truth or otherwise of a statement ?


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    Well, since I'm not familiar with the topic, though interested, I'll ask this: what would the evidence lean towards?
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    We only know Nanotyrannus from 2 juvenile specimens that may be juvenile T.rexes and we are yet to find any adult specimens. I would say that it is just a juvenile T.rex.
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    Actually they have suppose ably found a few juvenile Specimens recently don't ask me for a link I just saw it on a nature film (dinosaurs decoded)
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    The juveniles looked similar to nano but not identical so my Idea is that they are just closely related species.
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    Just a note, its considered bad form to necro threads older then a few months.
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    Oh sorry diidn't Know sorry
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