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Questions tagged [dinosaurs]

A major species of reptiles that dominated the Earth for approximately 160 million years ago. They consisted of some of the largest animals that have ever existed on the planet. The reason for their decline is not yet known, but a meteor is thought to have eradicated them 65 million years ago.

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Time travel short story where dinosaur doesn't taste like chicken

I ran across this other question about time travel and dinosaurs, and it reminded me of an old short story I read a long time ago. I read it in a collection of short stories. It would have been a ...
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Fantasy book series with dinosaurs and humans inhabiting a semi-magical world

I only read part of the second book in this series years ago, and am unsure of how many books were in it. It was about a teenage or young adult boy, who was part of the ruling class of this fantasy ...
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Fiction novel or movie about sentient dinosaurs

I remember parts of a story about some researchers finding a society of sentient dinosaurs. I believe they lived underground. From what I recall there were some steam punk elements and I think ...
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Who wrote the first SF story in which a time-traveler went back to the days of the dinosaurs?

I suddenly wondered: When was the first time that any science fiction writer published a story in which one or more human beings use some form of "time travel technology" to travel back to the era of ...
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What is the area size of Skull Island in the King Kong (2005) movie?

The Skull Island in the 2005 version of King Kong is very unique: it is an ecosystem of primordial creatures that are battling for food, space, and their ecosystem on a sinking island. The wide ...