posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 06:45 AM
reply to post by HeresHowItGoes
Yeah for sure - The T.Rex was the lion of that period in time. '' The king of the jungle '' so to speak.
All though all the reports and specualtion on eye-sight leaves me wondering???
Can they be 100% sure that the T.Rex relied on movement for good eye sight?? How can the scientist's know that 100% only using fossil's as
Do eye socket's within the skull provide that proof or is it only an urban myth or specualtion??
Surely an advanced and dominate predator such as T.Rex relied not only on size and muscle mass??
To me it seems way to easy that to ''freeze'' in the right timing would ensure an escape from that type of predator. It didnt last millions of
years being ''eye-sight handicapped'' in such a dramatic way. Especially being a land or terrestrial predator. Scent and a very good eye sight
would have helped immensly!
I do believe that if it wasnt for an ELE ( Extinction Level Event ) an organism or predator such as T-Rex would have survived for a long time.
Also in regard to Velocitor Raptor, can scientist be 100% sure using the brain cavity to be sure of it's intelligence??
If they were correct than maybe after a couple more million years of evolution than a species like that would have become ''super- intelligent''
compared to Humans, being at the most 2 Million yrs old.
Perhaps stories of Reptillians are such a species that lived in an alternate timeline where there was no extinction event and up untill this time -
relative to us - they may have discovered time travel or alternate realities...
Think outside the square peeps.....