I'm all about dinosaurs. Love 'em. But paleontologists are starting to annoy me with their lack of accuracy. How DARE they discover errors in previous assumptions! /sarcasm
I mean, now, apparently, most theropods were covered in feathers. Classifying them as "dinosaur" or any kind of "saur" doesn't even make sense anymore! (Dinosaur = terrible lizard. Feathers = bird.)
So, if theropods were covered in feathers, does that mean sauropods were too? Was brachiosaurus a big fluff ball of downy feathers?! Dude... that would make him the softest roller coaster...
Joined 16 February 2013