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Which extinct animal would you want to see the most in its living, breathing form?
#1
You can only pick one.

For me, it would be the Broome sauropod. Its massive size would be a magnificent sight.
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#2
Megalodon, so people can stop viewing it as an oversized GWS.

Like seriously, it's getting too clichėd.
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#3
I would like to see a pterodectyle fly in the air.
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#4
I would like to see a prehistoric domestic dog.
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#5
^ If so, C.C.N., perhaps you might review prehistoric cave paintings for any such breed/types, shown therein?
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#6
This is a generic answer, but T-rex
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#7
T-rex for me. It might be mainstream but who cares, the King is always the King. Even a sight of modern big Carnivores like Big cats and Bears is already impressive enough to me, imaging seeing something like a T-rex, i'll never feel so insignificant.
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#8
Megalodon has this odd combination of being so familiar, yet simultaneously so unfamiliar to us. There are many teeth, but they're really just that, teeth. We already know the basics and what we know is enough for not calling its status as a big and magnificent shark in question, but there are still enough mysteries for us to learn
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#9
Large number of t rexes in cities.
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#10
^The closest we will get to a real life Kaiju fight.
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#11
Thylacine. It's a shame that the largest marsupial predator became extinct less than 100 years ago. How could we do that?
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