New Fossil Evidence Suggests Dinosaur Could Swim

Paleontologists say the anatomy of a newly discovered tail fossil proves that Spinosaurus, a carnivore that lived during the Cretaceous Period, could swim through the water much like a crocodile, making it the first-known swimming dinosaur. What do you think?

“I hope I never get dug up some day and theorized about.”

Troy McNamara, Spring Coiler

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“Oh my God. This whole time I’ve been going around like an idiot telling everyone Spinosaurus couldn’t swim.”

Moe Connolly, Prison Pen Pal

“Huh, I didn’t realize they were still making new fossils.”

Patricia Kaspar, Systems Analyst

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