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Talk:Aerodactyl (Pokémon)

783 bytes added, 01:40, 13 August 2016
Jurassic Park Influence
:We prefer not to have copyrighted references, mostly because they are largely subjective and a lot of them draw from more basic, general influences. Basic influences such as myths, legends, et cetera. Also, outside of the Gen I, you typically won't find names in the origin section due to the big backlash over Kadabra's Japanese name. All of that aside, how Aerodactyl and fossils in general are regenerated sounds more like it belongs on the fossil page than the individual Pokemon pages. [[User:Crystal Talian|<span style="color:#9F00C5">Crystal</span>]] [[User talk:Crystal Talian|<span style="color:#FF00FF">Talian</span>]] 13:58, 12 August 2016 (UTC)
::PS. Drake, I removed it, but I'm not a staff member. ;) When you look on a page's History tab, your Watchlist or the Recent Changes, staff members have Poke Ball icons next to their names in gold, silver, bronze, blue and other colors. That's how you can tell staff apart from the rest of us. [[User:Pumpkinking0192|Pumpkinking0192]] ([[User talk:Pumpkinking0192|talk]]) 16:17, 12 August 2016 (UTC)
:::Apologies, I thought I had seen one.
:::With regards to the location of the Trivia, I am fine with it being on either page, but think it has a place here as well since it still concerns Aerodactyl's origins. The Old Amber page currently makes note that using blood from mosquitos preserved in amber to clone ancient species is a scientific theory, but this is simply false - the theory exists in the first place because Jurassic Park popularized it, and in the real world is highly unlikely to happen, putting aside if it's even feasible to clone a dinosaur if we ''did'' find a mosquito that just happened to be fossilized in amber after drinking its fill of dinosaur blood. [[User:Drake Clawfang|Drake Clawfang]] ([[User talk:Drake Clawfang|talk]]) 01:40, 13 August 2016 (UTC)

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