If you thought UK football hooligans and Oakland Raider fans were bad, thank a higher power that you were not born during the age of the dinosaur....and some evangelicals probably do considering many believe the two co-existed 5,000 years ago, using their brilliant biblical interpretation of geology and paleontology. Too bad none of those types stumble across this blog to argue, for a few minutes, then they would have to go.
One of the biggest of the meat-eating dinosaurs may have hunted in packs, according to experts in Argentina.
At least seven T. rex-sized Mapusaurus roseae have been found together in the fossil-rich Patagonia region of the country.
A pack hunting strategy might have enabled the two-legged carnivore to overpower even bigger plant-eating sauropod dinosaurs.
Co-author Rodolfo Coria of the Carmen Funes Museum in Plaza Huincul, Argentina, said the dig showed evidence of social behaviour in Mapusaurus.
The excavation 24km (15 miles) south of Plaza Huincul found hundreds of bones from several Mapusaurs but none from any other creature. Dr Coria said the evidence suggested the animals were together before they died.
Philip Currie of the University of Alberta in Canada speculated that pack hunting could have allowed Mapusaurs to prey on the biggest known dinosaur, Argentinasaurus, a 37.5m-long (125ft) plant-eater.
Hard to imagine gangs of 41 foot long carnivores roving the very ground we walk on for some maybe, but I'm afraid one of those giant prehistoric sharks are going to swim towards me while I'm in the ocean. Sometimes a vivid imagination can be a liability, quite often actually.
Suddenly the modern world seems like Candyland.