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What kind of Ornithodira (Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs) would you like to have for a pet?

What kind of Ornithodira (Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs) would you like to have for a pet?

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Xenotaris

Oct-08-2016 5:08 AM

Before I get into my Pick, Let me make it clear. No Prehistoric mammals, no non-Orthithodira archosaurs or non-archosaurmorphs.

I would like to have a Dilophosaurus as a pet, it would be easy to handle since I believe it might of been a fish eater.

15 Responses to What kind of Ornithodira (Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs) would you like to have for a pet?

I Meme Everything

Oct-08-2016 5:55 AM

When I saw Dilophosaurus I thought it would be because it's your favourite dinosaur

"Part of the journey is the end..."

Xenotaris

Oct-08-2016 9:58 AM

Well yeah, Don't we all want our favorite dinosaurs as a pet? I was going to add in the title that "no matter impossible it was what do you want as your pet" but Dakotaraptor was my second choice. 

I Meme Everything

Oct-08-2016 10:52 AM

^If these dinosaurs are pets, do they listen to us or are they stubborn?

"Part of the journey is the end..."

I Meme Everything

Oct-08-2016 11:23 AM

I'd choose the motherfucking T.Rex because I could make everyone I hate die >8D

"Part of the journey is the end..."

GG

Oct-08-2016 12:20 PM

I would never tame a dinosaur, it is disrespectful to nature's creation. (Politically correct GG out.)

Good grief.

Xenotaris

Oct-08-2016 5:29 PM

Hmmm i suppose you don't own any pets huh?

I myself would find that smaller theropods, small orthinpods, small dinosaurmorphs, and small pterosaurs would work better as manageable pets.

I mentioned in the title that not dinosaurs aren't exclusive to this topic but Dinosaurs, Dinosauriformes, Dinosaurmorphs, and Pterosaurs are also viable candidates for this discussion.

GG

Oct-08-2016 6:05 PM

Nah man got two maltese.

Good grief.

Xenotaris

Oct-08-2016 7:24 PM

@GorillaGodzilla

So its okay to domesticate a mammal but not domesticate a protobird?

Xenotaris

Oct-08-2016 7:24 PM

Well I think we can probably rule out the larger Ornithodira and just focus on the smaller ones.

GG

Oct-09-2016 6:55 AM

It depends on what you're speaking of. If you mean, steal a Tyrannosaurus egg from the wild and raise the youth as my own--then that is against nature. But, if you mean raise an animal that has been domesticated for thousands of years--well it has reached a point where it would be inhumane to not.

Good grief.

I Meme Everything

Oct-09-2016 6:57 AM

If we rule out the larger Ornithodira, well then, Dakotaraptor for me

"Part of the journey is the end..."

I Meme Everything

Oct-11-2016 11:56 AM

^Thanks.  It's my favourite dromaeosaurid

"Part of the journey is the end..."

Godzillafan2016

Oct-12-2016 1:52 PM

Is it aloud to be bigeger than an average human? If its aloud than Utahraptor

Gojirafan360

Xenotaris

Oct-12-2016 4:21 PM

Utahraptors are acceptable

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