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  1. Things We Saw Today: 3D Cake Molds, Uh, Find A Way

    Hold onto your bundts!

    Every $16 silicon dinosaur cake mold will get you a t-rex, a brontosaurus, a stegosaurus, and the limitless pleasure of playing God.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Studio Ghibli Soot Sprite Leggings

    They're everywhere! (Etsy seller Tohnik, via Fashionably Geek)

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Pumpkin Tyrannosaurs Will Eat You and Your Latte

    Yeah but when Starbucks breaks down, the baristas don't eat the tourists.

    Want a carved pumpkin that will only get scarier as it decomposes? Villafane Studios crafted this one for the Field Station: Dinosaurs park in New Jersey. (via That's Nerdalicious)

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  4. New Study Closes the Evolutionary Gap Between Dinosaurs and Birds

    Hold onto your butts.

    Science has known for a while that birds and dinosaurs are evolutionarily linked, but it's been difficult to establish a direct connection between today's birds and their giant, people-hungry ancestors. Now, a new study uses the existing fossil record and several recent finds of feathered dinosaurs to draw a direct connection, so now we know how they flocked this way.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Hogwarts House Skater Dresses

    5 points to everyone! EVERYONE!

    The perfect attire for your next weekend in Hogsmeade.

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  6. The Amazing Scientific Achievements of the Woman Who Kickstarted Paleontology

    "Thanks, Mary Anning." -Steven Spielberg [citation needed]

    Before Mary Anning and her contemporaries, it was still widely assumed that fossils were just remains from existing animals and not generally useful for science (nor put in the ground by Satan). Thought most of her work wound up being published by men because life in the early 19th century was awful, Anning made a ton of important discoveries—including what bezoar stones actually were, because she needed to see the dinosaurs' droppings.

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  7. Newly Discovered Pterosaur Named For Flying Avatar Creature

    Life finds a way.

    Movie Avatar, not cartoon Avatar. Ran and Shaw would've been too cool.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Cornetto Trilogy Figurines Have Got Some Red On ‘Em

    Let's just go to the Winchester and wait for all this to blow over.

    A Large Evil Corporation (excellent name is excellent) has produced three sets of highly-detailed vinyl figurines to honor Nick Frost and Simon Pegg's characters in each installment of the beloved Cornetto Trilogy.

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  9. New Dinosaur Is the Largest Land Animal Ever Found, Naturally Its Name Starts With “Dreadnought”

    Veggiesaurus, Lex!

    "Hey, we discovered a giant new dinosaur that weighed 130,000 pounds! What should we call it?" "I don't know. How about we name it after a battleship that weighed 40,000,000 pounds?" *High five.* Thus, Dreadnoughtus schrani got its name.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: History’s Sassiest Raptors

    We do move in herds!

    Spare no expense!

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