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No Dinosaur Extinction Yet Means No Dinosaur Extinction Ever

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The number of dinosaur species on the earth has increased for the fourth millenia straight reports A Triceratops of the website armouredplanteatersonline.com. These figures contradict recent predictions of a forthcoming extinction of the dinosaurs and their replacement as the dominant animal group on the earth by mammals.

"The doom-sayers have been predicting the extinction of the dinosaurs for an entire epoch, but a clear headed examination of the facts shows that these predictions are wide of the mark. First it was predicted that the break-up of the super-continent into smaller continents would lead to a drop in dinosaur numbers, but the number of species continued to rise. It was predicted that mammals would feast on dinosaur eggs, decimating our numbers. But mammals have been around for over one hundred million years, and if they were going to replace us, they would have by now. Increased numbers of dinosaur species and diversification in diet and ecological niche mean that dinosaurs for a group are ready for any possible environmental change that can come upon us. So we can look forward to never-ending dinosaur domination of the earth. All those creatures who were clever enough to choose to be born dinosaurs can be confident that their decision was correct and will mark them as a member of the permanent dominant group on this planet. Some commentators have said that dinosaur domination is not good for all dinosaurs, particularly small planet eaters such as Protoceratops who are preyed upon by small and large carnivorous dinosaurs. But once a creature is on the "dinosaur ladder", it can expect to be reborn as successively larger and larger dinosaurs by a process of reincarnation, a path not open to other groups such as fish, mammals, and amphibians. So we have every reason to believe that ..... hey! did you see that meteor. Never seen anything like it. It must have lit up half the sky!"

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The number of dinosaur species on the earth has increased for the fourth millenia straight reports A Triceratops of the website armouredplanteatersonline.com. These figures contradict recent predictions of a forthcoming extinction of the dinosaurs and their replacement as the dominant animal group on the earth by mammals.

"The doom-sayers have been predicting the extinction of the dinosaurs for an entire epoch, but a clear headed examination of the facts shows that these predictions are wide of the mark. First it was predicted that the break-up of the super-continent into smaller continents would lead to a drop in dinosaur numbers, but the number of species continued to rise. It was predicted that mammals would feast on dinosaur eggs, decimating our numbers. But mammals have been around for over one hundred million years, and if they were going to replace us, they would have by now. Increased numbers of dinosaur species and diversification in diet and ecological niche mean that dinosaurs for a group are ready for any possible environmental change that can come upon us. So we can look forward to never-ending dinosaur domination of the earth. All those creatures who were clever enough to choose to be born dinosaurs can be confident that their decision was correct and will mark them as a member of the permanent dominant group on this planet. Some commentators have said that dinosaur domination is not good for all dinosaurs, particularly small planet eaters such as Protoceratops who are preyed upon by small and large carnivorous dinosaurs. But once a creature is on the "dinosaur ladder", it can expect to be reborn as successively larger and larger dinosaurs by a process of reincarnation, a path not open to other groups such as fish, mammals, and amphibians. So we have every reason to believe that ..... hey! did you see that meteor. Never seen anything like it. It must have lit up half the sky!"

Billy Shears

You forgot to mention that there were dinosaurs around millions of years before this too and that they were wiped out by a freak Ice Age... but it's different this time! ;)

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