posted on Apr, 26 2005 @ 02:43 PM
Uh, wasn't someone reading Jurrasic Park..... the first account from someone who came from the western world came from a French Dude in the 1700's,
before dinosaurs were known......... SO not someone reading Jurrasic Park.
Also, large herbivores are fiercly territorial, and are more dangerous then any lion or tiger or bear, shut up.(can hear the oh my coming) Maybe not
as dangerous as a Leopard, but still, they are dangerous. Rhino/Elephant battles have been recorded on camera fighting to the death. Hippos kill
more people then crocodiles, lions, and any other creature in Africa.
Second, it may have evolved to a smaller size, making it easier to go through the swamp lands/deep forest. But again, crocodiles, alligators, the
Fossil Fish, Virginia Possum, shark, have not evolved as far as fossil records show.
The Mountain Gorilla was a myth. The Mega Mouth Shark was a myth. The Giant Squid was a myth. The Platypus was a myth. The North and South
American Continents were a myth......
Again in the 1920's a guy was looking for MM and found footprints, and while on a river the boat nearly tipped over due to something large disturbing
the river, ie entering or leaveing it. Something larger then a hippo.
Edit. Thought of why not found. Red Fox were released on Tasmania Island, they are being hunted down. But guess what? Small island, hundreds of
people, nada. Nothing. They can't find the little buggers. Or Painted Dogs, live in packs in the Sarengetti of Africa, but hard to find unless you
are lucky/in a helicopter.
Or also whatever. In the search for the Loch Ness Monster a NEW LIFE FORM was found. They thought they were a type of sponge or weird orange
mushrooms, but no, they were a new type of LIFE! In 2002 a new life form was found in a lake people had searched in for years!(sure weren't looking
for them, but Loch Ness Monster, but still)
[edit on 26-4-2005 by James the Lesser]