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1. Thanks. I'll try to not mention JP too often. Parts B, C and E are nicely summarized. The sad part is that hard core JP fans weren't informative about it. You did you best. Part A's question is based on the fact Indoraptor (sometimes i call him I-Black for short) is a hybrid of [[Indominus rex]] and a regular JP raptor (actually featherless deinonychus). Indominus-Rex could talk with raptors due to being partly raptor herself. I know none of the hybrids were partly human, but it make sense if some of them would. I just wondered if a very intelligent dinosaur, who can talk with other species, would be able to talk with humans as well. Part D's question is based on the fact Spino-Rex deviding many JP fans. This creature killed the t-rex so easily because it was a hybrid. The basic genome of spinosaurus, with most likely t-rex and suchomimus in it. The real creature was less-powerfully built and shorter than a real t-rex. Not to mention t-rexes most likely hunted in pairs/groups. I dont wanna be a spinosaur, not even Spino-Rex, who bump into more than one t-rex.
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1. Thanks. I'll try to not mention JP too often. Parts B, C and E are nicely summarized. The sad part is that hard core JP fans weren't informative about it. You did you best. Part A's question is based on the fact Indoraptor (sometimes i call him I-Black for short) is a hybrid of [[Indominus rex]] and a regular JP raptor (actually featherless deinonychus). Indominus-Rex could talk with raptors due to being partly raptor herself. I know none of the hybrids were partly human, but it make sense if some of them would. I just wondered if a very intelligent dinosaur, who can talk with other species, would be able to talk with humans as well. Part D's question is based on the fact Spino-Rex deviding many JP fans. This creature killed the t-rex so easily because it was a hybrid. The basic genome was spinosaurus, with most likely t-rex and suchomimus in it. The real creature was less-powerfully built and shorter than a real t-rex. Not to mention t-rexes most likely hunted in pairs/groups. I dont wanna be a spinosaur, not even Spino-Rex, who bump into more than one t-rex.
   
 
2. Sounds interesting. Ergaster does make sense as not specifically human, but why does the dexterous man ain't "Homo"? Dexterity is part of what separates man from beast. I know the main separation is the ability to pass on information and creating a big common myth (money is an example of such myth. Important, but doesnt exist in the literal sense of the word), but still.
 
2. Sounds interesting. Ergaster does make sense as not specifically human, but why does the dexterous man ain't "Homo"? Dexterity is part of what separates man from beast. I know the main separation is the ability to pass on information and creating a big common myth (money is an example of such myth. Important, but doesnt exist in the literal sense of the word), but still.

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1. Thanks. I'll try to not mention JP too often. Parts B, C and E are nicely summarized. The sad part is that hard core JP fans weren't informative about it. You did you best. Part A's question is based on the fact Indoraptor (sometimes i call him I-Black for short) is a hybrid of Indominus rex and a regular JP raptor (actually featherless deinonychus). Indominus-Rex could talk with raptors due to being partly raptor herself. I know none of the hybrids were partly human, but it make sense if some of them would. I just wondered if a very intelligent dinosaur, who can talk with other species, would be able to talk with humans as well. Part D's question is based on the fact Spino-Rex deviding many JP fans. This creature killed the t-rex so easily because it was a hybrid. The basic genome was spinosaurus, with most likely t-rex and suchomimus in it. The real creature was less-powerfully built and shorter than a real t-rex. Not to mention t-rexes most likely hunted in pairs/groups. I dont wanna be a spinosaur, not even Spino-Rex, who bump into more than one t-rex.

2. Sounds interesting. Ergaster does make sense as not specifically human, but why does the dexterous man ain't "Homo"? Dexterity is part of what separates man from beast. I know the main separation is the ability to pass on information and creating a big common myth (money is an example of such myth. Important, but doesnt exist in the literal sense of the word), but still.

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