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Re: Ancient Stone-Age people in India used dinosaur fossils as weapons

But for close up, silent dispatching of an enemy, a large theropod tooth crown and root would be great, especially a large blade like Ceratosaurus mid-maxillary tooth.


On 6/10/2012 7:42 PM, Mike Taylor wrote:
I've often said that, if I had to defend myself in a fight using a
blunt weapon, a Camarasaurus metacarpal would be my choice.

-- Mike.

On 10 June 2012 13:07, Heinrich Mallison
<heinrich.mallison@googlemail.com> wrote:
I've often said that prosauropod humeri would make tolerable tennis rackets :)
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On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 7:06 PM, Ben Creisler <bcreisler@gmail.com> wrote:
From: Ben Creisler

NOT a hoax it appears and NOT a claim humans and dinosaur coexisted.
With a big legal fight OVER dinosaurs bones (i.e., Tarbosaurus), why
not a fight WITH dinosaur bones?


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