Journey to the Center of the Earth

Corrected entry: When the dimitridon (those sail-finned dinosaurs) is attacking the Count and the Professor, the Professor states that dinosaurs can't swim. Then why would a whole pack of them live on the seashore? If they can't swim, than what's the advantage? They wouldn't be able to catch fish, and crabs would be too small.

Correction: Crabs may be too small, but animals that prey on crabs may not be. Fish can also wash up on the beach, and they can scavenge them and larger fish or aquatic reptiles. Also, rivers and streams usually empty into the ocean, so fresh water would be nearby. If they also eat vegetation, there is probably an abundance of vegetation around a shore as well. They may also prefer the open terrain for its abundant sun.

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