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Triassic Park

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For an upcoming Raptormaniacs storyline.

The Saurosuchus skeleton was referenced from Benton's 1984 article "Rauisuchians and the success of dinosaurs".
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DinoBrian47's avatar
I knew someone would create this parody eventually. :)
Albertonykus's avatar
Inevitable, is it not? Reverse Jurassic Park did it before I did, in fact!
DinoBrian47's avatar
I still honestly believe that it's a great parody of Jurassic Park. :) Next is Cenozoic Park! XD
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Thanks! Cenozoic Park would certainly be fun.
Gabriel-Lowery's avatar
Cenozoic Park already exists, it's called the city XD 
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acepredator's avatar
I actually came up with this idea a few days ago.

Fasolasuchus is a lot more formidable than a tyrannosaur, anyways, in terms of how big of things it can kill/disable. Not to mention it looks uncannily like a giant theropod when it switches to a bipedal pose.
ulterno617's avatar
i wonder if it would be better than the other parks... probably.
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You'll find out!
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oh, i will? i cant wait then!
The-Episiarch's avatar
Yes please - I have a particular fondness for Triassic reptiles... the-episiarch.deviantart.com/a…
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It certainly had many strange and underappreciated creatures! I wasn't able to work nearly as many of them into the plot as I'd have liked, but that's one of the things the vertebrate evolution chart is for.
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Thanks. I came up with Raptormaniacs so long ago that in my opinion it's easily my weakest current project, but I want to see it through to its eventual end.
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