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17 people think this is good

  • Shalev Kaiserman
  • lilah shepard
  • dwight
  • Kira Düsterwald
  • Michelle Medlock
  • Justin Jia
  • Rexy Tseng
  • Cara Kitagawa-Sellers

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  • Rexy Tseng

    As I person whose name derived from the Tyrannosaurus, I found this article to be highly insightful. I now have a deep understanding of my own personal character development and ways to raise my offspring to come.

  • Hillary Newman

    This is actually a very gruesome and interesting article!

  • Jeremy Cohen Hoffing

    It really depends on what kind of armor the Triceratops is wearing that day. If it's sunny out and he chooses to wear his spiked neck frill for shade, then he has a good chance of defending his more vulnerable parts. If he just puts on his little 3-horn helmet, then the T-rex can easily rip that thing off and add it to his binder full of horns.

  • Douglas Sellers

    There are people with government grants researching these important questions!

  • Alicia Rosas

    I knew those neck frills were good for something!

    • Douglas Sellers

      How would a Tyrannosaurus go about eating a panda?

  • Ryan MacInnes

    By ripping its head off of course.

    • Douglas Sellers

      Of course! How do we go about eating a lobster? Same problem!