WARNING: THE FOLLOWING IS A RUMOR, PLEASE DON'T REPOST THIS WITHOUT MAKING THAT FACT CLEAR. IN ALL LIKELIHOOD, IT IS FALSE!
Please take the following with a grain of salt, it is likely very much a fake, but it is worth a read, as it is kind of interesting:
Jyuden Sentai Kyoryuuger:
Team Consists of:
The mecha the Kyoryuuger pilot are referred to as the "Jyuden Genshijyu" 獣電原子獣 (Beast Electric Atom Beasts). The term is a play on the word "Genshijyu" 原始獣 (Primitive Beasts), and are not dinosaurs, but ancient animals. This makes the rumor very hard to believe, but it is interesting, and I figured posted it would breed some good discussion.
They are rumored as follows:
KyoryuuRed will control the "Jyuden GigaKong" a giant ape type mecha, with rock-like plating. GigaKong is named after the Gigantopithecus:
KyoryuuBlue will control the "Jyuden Andrewsarchus" a hyena-type mecha, named for Andrewsarchus:
KyoryuuGreen will control the "Jyuden Ootsunojika" a deer-type mecha, named for Megaloceros:
KyoryuuYellow will control the "Jyuden Shisochou" an archeopteryx-type mecha, named for the Archaeopteryx:
KyoryuuPink will control the "Jyuden Glyptodon" an armadillo-type mecha, named for the Glyptodon:
-The Kyoryuuger will henshin with the temporarily-titled, "Kyoryuu Smaho" (Kyoryuu Smartphone)
As unlikely a rumor it would be, it would be an interesting and original motif for a series. Plus, you could bring in actual dinosaurs with rival rangers, enemies, or even later mecha. The rumor goes onto say that the animal choices are a concious decision to move away from the dinos used and re-used in Abaranger, and takes its animals from the Cenozoic Era instead. Pink's Jyuden Glyptodon will be the first Armadillo mecha in 12 years, and a lot of them seem new to the Sentai mythos. (Deer was also back in Gaoranger for those who don't remember.)
(Sidebar from Me: I'm very much a paleontology-enthusiast. The term Kyouryuu in Japanese translates to Dinosaur, but literally means "Giant Dragon." Dinosaur fossils (and those of large, prehistoric mammals) were thought once to be the bones of dragons and giants, hence the name.)