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Hey, a question I have always wanted to ask is about dinosaur relatives, more specifically what do we mean when we refer to two dinosaurs as cousins ? Do we mean that a kind of dinosaur(for example baryonyx ) lived in an environment but at one point a group got separated by land and this group got to live in another part of the world so that group resulted in adapting to another environment and becoming a different dinosaur (for example spinosaurus ) or do we mean that a dinosaur is an ancestor of another dinosaur (again for example baryonyx evolved into spinosaurus)? This may seem like a really basic question to ask but I haven't really been able to find an answer so if someone answered it would be great.
Hey guys, wasn’t sure where to put this but anyway here we go. I was wondering if any of you have or have pictures of some fossils of some of my or your favorite dinosaurs?(I know gryposuchus isn’t a Dino too ) They are the species tagged. I know they are very rare and hard to obtain but just thought I’d see. Thanks, and I look forward to seeing your collections!