PaleanagramologyPALEANAGRAMOLOGY: NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE WORLD OF DINOSAURS BASED ON THE STUDY OF THEIR REARRANGED NAMESPaleanagramology
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By Matador Garcon, Curator of Paleontology of the Bill Shut University
ABSTRACT- New studies of the names of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures provide new insights into the actual behavior and natural history of extinct lifeforms, thus confirming our suspicions that alternative methods are the missing piece in the paleontological puzzle.
In 1842, Sir Richard Owen coined the term “dinosaur”. In 2011, paleontologist Matador Garcon of the Bill Shut University realized, much to his amazement, that the name “Sir Richard Owen”, when the letters were rearranged, spelled “Draws Rhinoceri”. Although “rhinoceri” is not the correct plural for “rhinoceros”, the meaning of the phrase was still obvious. After investigating for thirteen years, Dr. Garcon found that Sir Richard Owen had indeed studied the anatomy of Ind