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  • n. Plural form of therapod.


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  • I remember seeing a special on that, and at least for therapods, it could work.


  • Roosters are pretty aggressive,making them more aggressive through mixing their DNA with therapods would be scary if it worked.


  • In other words, it was ignorance which caused skepticism about phylogenetic relationships of birds and therapods, an issue which was resolved when more data were collected.

    Paul Nelson: Skepticism of the dino bird hypothesis explored - The Panda's Thumb

  • The issue presented by therapods is not merely the imperfection of the human body, which raises questions about the philosophical basis of “intelligent design.”

    The Ruse - Woodward debate: an introduction to political creationism - The Panda's Thumb

  • Great gray eminences such as the sauropods and therapods were colorized not by Ted Turner but by reason and logic.

    The Metrognome and other Stories

  • The protofeathers don't look like feathers from any modern bird, but are similar to those seen in fossils of therapods.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • The smaller dinosaurs would more often find carcasses for food smaller therapods were predicted to be 14 to 60 times better at finding carcasses, leaving the

    Ars Technica

  • His first words to her, on meeting her and receiving her gift of a Natural History Museum stuffed dinosaur toy, is "There's no evidence that therapods were orange." Top Stories

  • The rajasaurus pictured here lived at the very end of the Cretaceous period and despite its power, it and dozens of other carnivorous therapods were destined for extinction.

    Only a Game

  • Huge therapods, sometimes called Burrunjor or Murra Murri, may have even put even the giant monitors to flight. Current News - Top Stories


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