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and the Dino Man
Stenonychosaurus, was according
to paleontologists remarkably hominoid in appearance. It was less than 3 m long, and weighed only 45 kg.
It was a biped, and could rotate
its lower arm to grasp objects with a three-fingered hand. The eyes were
enormous, surpassing in size those of most modern land animals. The brain was
much larger than in living reptiles and approached that of some living birds and
mammals in relative size.
Stenonychosaurus dinosaurs, which probably fed on
primitive mammals, embody a widespread tendency for the brain to increase in
size through the history of life. It had possibly greyish-green skin and three-digit clawed fingers with a partially-opposable 'thumb'.
The opposable thumb and intellectual capacity is
the only thing preventing members of the animal kingdom from challenging the
human race as the masters of planet earth. For instance the ape kingdom
possesses opposable thumbs yet it does not possess the intellectual capacity to
use them as humans do. The dolphins possess intellects nearing that of humans
but do not possess opposable thumbs or even limbs necessary to invent, etc.
Could their be an 'animal' which possesses both of these characteristics? The
cranial capacity of Stenonychosaurus was nearly twice the size of that of human
beings, indicating a large brain and possibly advanced though not necessarily
benevolent intellect. Stenonychosaurus has been credited with being the most intelligent dinosaur.
Compared with most others, it had a relatively large brain, although the excess brain volume was
probably not concerned with reasoning and other activities that
could be called "intelligence."
Stenonychosaurus had large eyes, slender flexible fingers, and a light body. The
brain was probably concerned mainly with its highly developed senses, fine
control of its limbs, and fast reflexes, which were used in hunting small and
In 1982 Dale Russell and R. S_guin (Ottawa) published an article on
Stenonychosaurus. A new partial skeleton had been discovered in 1967 which
provided the basis of the first
skeletal and flesh restoration of Stenonychosaurus. The detailed work of
building the model was illustrated in their paper.
In addition to the restoration, they indulged in an imaginative experiment,
posing a question: What might these intelligent dinosaurs have evolved into had
they not become extinct near the end of the Cretaceous period about 64 million
years ago? According to researchers such as Brad Steiger, Val
Valerian, TAL LeVesque and others this may actually be the same type of entity
or entities most commonly described in 'UFO' and Chupacabra encounters.
Suppose dinosaurs had not become extinct? While we
can merely guess how extra-terrestrials might look, we have a hint of what
intelligent life on Earth might have been like if the history of life on
this planet had been changed just slightly.
What if dinosaurs had continued to evolve? That’s
what Dale Russell, a palaeontologist at the Canadian Museum of Nature,
wondered. Russell theoretically extended the evolution of the most
intelligent known dinosaur, a long-tailed forest dweller about five feet
tall called Stenonychosaurus. This dinosaur was about the size of a
kangaroo and lived 70 or 80 million years ago in what is now western
Canada. It was the smartest dinosaur known, with a larger brain (compared
with body weight) than that of any other animal on Earth.
After forecasting 50 million years of theoretically
evolution, Russell came up with Dinoman, a hairless green-skinned creature
(shown here beside Stenonychosaurus) with a bulging skull, luminous
catlike eyes and three-fingered hands, not unlike some of the
extraterrestrials that have populated science fiction films
Dinoman is 4 1/2 feet tall and would have a live
weight of about 32 kilograms. It's brain is the same size as that of a
human of similar stature, about the size of a 13-year-old human. It is
warm-blooded. Since the teeth of Stenonychosaurus
were small compared with related dinosaurs, Russell thinks that teeth may
have been on the way out from an evolutionary standpoint. Dinoman,
therefore, had none. Instead, the biting edges of the mouth are
"keratinous occlusal surfaces", similar to those of a turtle.
|What this research suggests is that the humanoid
shape might be a natural form for a creature with a large brain. The
general body of the humans - two arms, two legs and a head on a relatively
short neck - is no accident. It is the most logical arrangement for a
big-brained land-dwelling creature. An
adult Dinoman is shorter than its human counterpart. It's average
height would be 4.5 feet, about the size of a 12 or 13 year old human.
Its weight would be about 32 kilograms (about 70 pounds). Since the
teeth of the Stenonychosaurus
were very small by dinosaur standards, Russell has postulated that the
dinosaur would have evolved to a toothless state. It would chew on
food in a similar way that a turtle chews on its food, with the
hardened edges of its mouth.
The fact that the Dinoman creature
evolves in Russell's scheme to a human-like being is not the result of
Russell's anthropocentric bias. The general body form of humans and
Dinoman , having two arms, two legs and a head on a relatively short
neck, comes from evolutionary necessity. It is the most logical
arrangement for a big-brained land-dwelling creature. The
height and stockiness of the creatures gets determined by the
gravitational characteristics of the planet that they are evolving on.