99 – Top 5 Dinosaurs

December 3, 2020

Ranking finds a way.

Long before humans walked this little blue planet, there were prehistoric reptiles of all shapes and sizes that happily roamed the Earth (well at least until a giant ass meteor got to them). And while they have been extinct for millions of years, we are still to this day researching these fascinating creatures that came before us so we can understand the history of this world and evolution a little bit better. So join Tuong La and YA! Podcasts’s (Upford Network) PAL-eontologists Bailey Eastwood, Kadi Diop,  Teffer Adjemian as they dig up fossils on the internet to find out what the Top 5 Dinosaurs are!

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Ground Rules

  • Has to be in the Clade Dinosauria
  • Does NOT have to be extinct dinosaurs but we also don’t want to get away from the spirit of the podcast episode “ie cant just name like a well known bird and say did u know that’s a dinosaur?!”
  • There are a lot of Dinosaurs that we “thought” were dinosaurs when we were younger (ie Pterodactyl) unfortunately those don’t count and that makes us sad.
  • To the best of our knowledge these Dinosaurs that we are nominating are not disproved Dinosaurs

*Spoilers* Below is our Top 5 list from this episode as well as our own personal unordered  lists.

Group Top 5

5. Pachycephalosaurus

4. Oculudentavis

3. Brachiosaurus

2. Triceratops

1. Ankylosaurus

Tuong’s List

Bailey’s List

Kadi’s List

Teffer

These are not dinosaurs but Teffer likes them anyways

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  1. Алиса Dec 7, 2020

    Uncover what dinosaurs have been found in your country and how big they were. Learn the meaning of dinosaur names and how to say them. Browse your favourite dinosaurs or start with our top five. Museum dinosaur researcher Prof Paul Barrett has examined the evidence for how five of the most popular dinosaurs lived.

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