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Did dinosaurs live alongside humans?

United Kingdom Sully Offline
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Now this video is quite interesting (pardon the clickbait title). It shows many ancient drawings of "dragons" and reads interactions with these creatures. The drawings are incredibly particular for the time period as well detailing down to the skin of the dragons that we have identified today, begging the question did they really live alongside dinosaurs? There is a a segment of anti evolution stuff in here as well but so long as you don't focus on that and instead on the topic at hand it's fascinating, so if you have a spare 2 hours I urge you to watch this.




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Guatemala GuateGojira Offline
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Heeeeeeeeeee..... NO. Sorry, no Flintstones in real life.
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@GuateGojira don't you think the cave paintings were even a bit odd?
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Anybody with even a slight understanding of the prehistoric past would sum up their answer with one word. NO 
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