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    how long big dinosaurs were living ?

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    How long could a dinosaur live?


    Animal lifespans relate in part to their body size and in part to their type of metabolism. Dinosaur lifespans probably varied in length from tens of years to hundreds of years. Their possible maximum age can be estimated from the maximum lifespans of modern reptiles, such as the 66-year lifespan of the common alligator (Alligator Mississippiens  and the impressive lifespan of a Black Seychelles Tortoise (Geochelone (Aldabrachelys) sumeirei). One specimen of this now-extinct species, which was an adult when captured, lived a record 152 years in captivity (1766-1918) and had an accidental death. These estimates, based on lifespans of cold-blooded animals, would be too long if dinosaurs had metabolisms more similar to modern birds and mammals.


    http://www.scienceviews.com/dinosaurs/dinofacts.html

    According to Creationists, that is Americans and Muslims, dinosaurs were created 6,000 years ago and were destroyed in Noah's flood which happened 1500 years after creation.



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