Breast was best in the Cretaceous period too

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Breast was best in the Cretaceous period too

Post by Bellatrix » Thu Oct 10, 2013 2:30 pm

My 2.5 yo DS keeps lifting his shirt to breast feed his toy t-Rex, much to his grandparents amusement :lol:
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Post by marie7 » Thu Oct 10, 2013 3:43 pm

Hehehehe that's cute! My 18mth old breastfeeds Dorothy the dinosaur obviously....hehe
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Post by mooki » Thu Oct 10, 2013 3:56 pm

very cute! Dont fancy those teeth though.
marie7 wrote:Hehehehe that's cute! My 18mth old breastfeeds Dorothy the dinosaur obviously....hehe
ummm arent the boys 20 months now?

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Post by fellare » Thu Oct 10, 2013 6:35 pm

there were marsupials around in that time (in China, they moved from there to america, to here! and small placental mammals in the late cretacious, so yeah, it would totally have happened at the same time as t.rex

but t.rex wouldn't, though. They're more like birdies.
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Post by millimum » Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:13 pm

Naawww!

And Fellare, I know it wouldn't be the norm for a t-rex to bf, but if he DID decide he wanted to it would take a pretty brave person to say no! :wink:

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Post by fellare » Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:21 pm

yes, I realise now I sound stupid. What people here don't know about t. rexes and their feeding habits?? lol, sorry.

ahhhhh, teaching mode, you can go now, no more teaching until next year LOL
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Post by marie7 » Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:34 pm

mooki wrote:very cute! Dont fancy those teeth though.
marie7 wrote:Hehehehe that's cute! My 18mth old breastfeeds Dorothy the dinosaur obviously....hehe
ummm arent the boys 20 months now?
Don't be ridiculous! They can't be! That's almost 2!!! :cry:
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Post by millimum » Thu Oct 10, 2013 7:37 pm

Don't apologise, Fellare! I think it's important to know which prehistoric creatures are more likely to be attracted to lactating women. When they clone them and it all gets out of hand (and that's just a matter of time), we'll need to know which ones to watch out for. :D

Plus it makes me feel like I've learned something today. That is, something other than what yesterday's dinner looks like in the nappy. :roll:

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Post by Penguin » Thu Oct 10, 2013 9:28 pm

millimum wrote:Don't apologise, Fellare! I think it's important to know which prehistoric creatures are more likely to be attracted to lactating women. When they clone them and it all gets out of hand (and that's just a matter of time), we'll need to know which ones to watch out for. :D

Plus it makes me feel like I've learned something today. That is, something other than what yesterday's dinner looks like in the nappy. :roll:
If you see a cloned t-rex lunging at your breasts with its mouth open, I don't think it's looking for milk ;)
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Post by millimum » Thu Oct 10, 2013 9:49 pm

Penguin wrote:If you see a cloned t-rex lunging at your breasts with its mouth open, I don't think it's looking for milk ;)
Well, no, probably not. A small placental mammal on the other hand...

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Post by fellare » Fri Oct 11, 2013 7:27 am

yes, and they were carnivorous too. Herbivory didn't come till much later.
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