Poopiecorn T.Rex Tyrannosaurus artist:12monkehs safe smarty

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12monkehs: And it died.
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Anonymous1: Ah, the return of the poopiecorn. Glorious.
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SluggiesNotHuggies: I think we all know what the outcome will be, but I'd still like to see what the dinosaurs do to that smarty.

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Disintegral: That poopiecorn gets more and more retarded as time goes on.

Also,
> 2018
> featherless dinosaurs

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12monkehs:

There are some fluff on the back.

Also, http://rsbl.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/13/6/20170092

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Disintegral: @12monkehs: Huh, what do you know. Consider me corrected. I guess the smaller theropods were the ones that kept the feathers and evolved into birds.

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12monkehs: @Disintegral:

Well, not exactly.

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Cock_Anon: I kame

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guodzilla: @Disintegral: 'twasn't just the theropods. IIRC a psittacosaurus was discovered that was basically a fossilized carcass covered in knobbly-looking skin with a large, shaggy mane of proto-feathers running down its back.
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Fluffwit: Return of the poopiecorn!
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Anonymous2: Can poopiecorn even move unaided?

It is so bloated and swollen and its stubby legs make t-rex arms look functional.

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Waaaghlord: I wouldn't want to eat something with a big pile of shit on his head!

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PURPLEWOLF2005: that rex saying lmao lol

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FluffiesAreFood: I get the feeling that foal's going to be dinosaur food.

That makes me happy.
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Anonymous3: @FluffiesAreFood: NO DON'T FEED IT TO THE T-REX! FLUFFIES CARRY MODERN DESIESES IT WOULD POISON THE POOR THING!

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Ferrotter: It wasn't all the theropods either. Carnotaurus have been found with mummified fossil skin giving examples of what they were like pretty much everywhere but the anus, shoulders and arms. And it's all pebbly scales. (There's some indication may not have even had real arms to find skin on. They may have been vestigial and internal like whale or python hindleg bones.)

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guodzilla: @Ferrotter: That's right. What's also interesting about Carno-T is it's skin impressions also showed texture patterning, which may indicate color.

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What_am_I_doing_here: Any dinosaur could've feathers. Even if some of them were less likely than the others.