Discussion in 'Herp Awareness' started by Moshpitrockchick, Oct 14, 2006.
I thought that this as rather interesting!
You know it's a joke, right??
That is a joke.
Guess there are 2 now!!!! lmao!
(pronounced NAN-oh-SAWR-us) Nanosaurus (meaning "dwarf lizard") was a small bipedal plant-eater from the Jurassic Period (156-145 million years ago). It was about 4 feet long (120 cm) and 1.5 feet tall (46 cm). Nanosaurus is known from a jawbone found in western North America. Nanosaurus was an Ornithischian dinosaur named by paleontologist Othniel C. Marsh in 1877.
Well played Rich, well played.
Wow... carnivorous fleaish things... I would be afraid of something like that...
wait; you mean that spoofs aren't real, because I doubt that all those scientist found the only real nanosaurus... what do they know, they're just scientists, all those years in school, I'll bet they're just slow learners.
That was funny. I love the "life-sized picture" in the article....
Is this some sort of a joke?
Yes! That is what a spoof is,...a joke.
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