Talk:Dimetrodon

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Who is speaking the poem? Is it the homo sapiens? [[User:Phthinosuchusisanancestor|Phthinosuchusisanancestor]] 18:26, 6 December 2008 (UTC)Phthinosuchusisanancestor
Who is speaking the poem? Is it the homo sapiens? [[User:Phthinosuchusisanancestor|Phthinosuchusisanancestor]] 18:26, 6 December 2008 (UTC)Phthinosuchusisanancestor
:The human author of the poem is speaking, in reference to the similarities between himself and the ''Dimetrodon'', due to ancestry.--[[User:Stanton|Stanton]] 19:59, 7 December 2008 (UTC)
:The human author of the poem is speaking, in reference to the similarities between himself and the ''Dimetrodon'', due to ancestry.--[[User:Stanton|Stanton]] 19:59, 7 December 2008 (UTC)
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Thats a good poem [[User:Phthinosuchusisanancestor|Phthinosuchusisanancestor]] 13:59, 9 December 2008 (UTC)Phthinosuchusisanancestor
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==Queries about Dimetrodon, the species and the page==
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What is our relation to Dimetrodon? Are we descendants/brothers/cousins or what? Also it says, and I quote "As a synapsid, Dimetrodon was distantly related to humans and all other modern mammals." thats what I don't get, we are still alive so shouldn't it be Dimetrodon is distantly related to us, or would it be that if Dimetrodon were alive?[[User:Phthinosuchusisanancestor|Phthinosuchusisanancestor]] 11:15, 1 January 2009 (UTC)Phthinosuchusisanancestor
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: We're great-great-great-...-great-grand-nephews of ''Dimetrodon'', most likely.  I'm not sure I understand your second question - are you just quibbling about tense (is~was)? [[User:Andreas|Andreas]] 21:10, 1 April 2009 (UTC)

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