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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Captain Planet!, Feb 27, 2008.
Namor could've kicked it's aquatic ass.
Why are we finding so many new fossils at the moment?
Oh ****! That thing just killed nessy!
cool, i always find this stuff interesting
I like sea monsters! They;re so cools.
It's just that time. Humans have been finding fossils for thousands of years. It's just been official for the past 200-250 years.
there not really sea monsters, just early ancestors of some of todays aquatic animals.
clearly a cloverfield 2 viral marketing ploy.
buzzkill, next you'll tell me theres no santa
Pics or it didn't happen.
I would like to see some pictures
I think the monster from 'Cloverfield' will kick this thing in the sh-tter.
Y-yes, but why so many lately. You would expect the number of new ones to be going down not up surely. I agree we have lots of evolutionary links missing, but, surely most fossil hotbeds, areas with lots of fossil have been examined already?
you have to also take into account that the earth shifts and changes, molten rock made new layers of crust, ice beds covered covered some land mass.
There are probably thousands of other species of animals, dinos and such out there that we will never get to see them cuz there soo far underground, or burried deep within ice, or miles beneath the oceans and lakes.
Well y-yes, techtonic plate theory. We are talking inches a year..........and as you say fossils have only really been being collected 250 years.