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troodon

Be wise and be smart, 34, from University of Iowa

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    Birthday:
    Mar 20, 1985 (Age: 34)
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    http://www.facebook.com/s.php?q=david+tarailo&init=q
    Region or City:
    University of Iowa
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    Paleontologist
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    Christian
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    Single
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    David Alan Tarailo. Graduate student. Born in Santa Cruz, Ca. Raised in Placerville, Ca. Undergrad at UC Davis. M.S. from University of Rhode Island. Ph.D. student at University of Iowa. Look me up on facebook.

    Learning about paleontology, studying, watching old movies on TCM

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    "Creationists are going to distort whatever arguments come up.... Archaeopteryx is half reptile and half bird any way you cut the deck, and so it is a Rosetta stone for evolution, whether it is related to dinosaurs or not. These creationists are confusing an argument about minor details of evolution with the indisputable fact of evolution."​

    -Dr. Alan Feduccia, in an interview with Discover magazine​
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