posted on Jun, 19 2006 @ 07:18 PM
I would like nothing more to see a living dinosaur, but I highly doubt there would be any roaming around.
There would have to be quite a few of them and they would have lasted for millions of years without anyone capturing or killing one.
They would be too large to survive in a dense jungle. They would have preferred a dryer, more open climate. They didn't live in water as people used
There were be bones from the thousands of animals that would have died within that time.
They would have had to adapt to modern vegetation, other animals, insects, climate, etc.
I'm not sure what the climate was like in the Congo during and after the Mesezoic, but it probably didn't remain constant, so I doubt they would
have survived through all the changes.
And, their population would be out of control without a predator to keep that population in check. Are ther any animals large enough to take down even
a baby sauropod in the Congo?