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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Who Is This New Batman Character?

And who wants to create  shrine with me to worship her hair? The image above was tweeted by Scott Snyder, who noted that that she’ll first be appearing in BATMAN #28. (Comic Vine)

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Obligatory Baby Animal of the Day

I’m Sorry You Were Turned Into Fossil, Baby Dinosaur

This dinosaur, estimated to be just 3-years-old at the time of its death, was uncovered in Canada recently in an extremely well-preserved condition. LiveScience writes, “The fossil is the smallest intact skeleton ever found from a group of horned, plant-eating dinosaurs known as ceratopsids, a group that includes the iconic Triceratops.” And if like me, you’ve never seen a baby dinosaur skeleton before, fret not, they are very rare. ”The big ones just preserve better: They don’t get eaten, they don’t get destroyed by animals,” study co-author Philip Currie, told LiveScience. The skeleton has been identified as a Chasmosaurus belli.

(via io9, image credit: Philip J. Currie, Robert Holmes, Michael Ryan Clive Coy, Eva B. Koppelhus)

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Just What You've Always Wanted

Here’s A Light-Up Holiday Dinosaur For Your Front Lawn

Just what you need to get into the holiday spirit: a green stegosaurus in a hat and scarf. This lawn ornament from Improvements lights up and turns its head from side to side. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like it can be ridden, which is a bummer. Still, look at how happy he looks! He’s just hoping you don’t notice that he’s not a reindeer.

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BAD IDEAS FROM SMART PEOPLE

Parents Convince Children Dinosaurs Have Invaded Their Household For The Month

I’m not sure whether to laugh or run away screaming. I know what I would do if I were the kids living in this house. Dinovember is the practice of one set of parents (or more) to set up elaborate scenarios each night in November involving plastic dinosaurs for their kids to find when they wake up. Apparently this is a tradition in their family now.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Wine-o-Saur

Alternatively, a dino wino. (For sale at Uncommon Goods, via That’s Nerdalicious)

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It Belongs in a Museum!

The Story of Maria and the Dinosaur

Yes, it’s an ad. But it’s and ad about the important place of museums in both cataloguing, displaying, and inspiring the work of others.

Also it’s like the AMoNH designed it just for us.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Hoth Dog Bed For Cool Canines

Chilling in this dog bed by Tom Spina is the famous (well, Internet famous) Chubbs the Wampug. Note the little Luke hanging from the top, please. (Neatorama)

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hold on to your butts

Jack-o’-Lantern Dinosaurs Make Up for That Whole Extinction Thing

You know for about five seconds I was sitting here thinking “I wonder how long it takes to light all the candles and how much of a fire hazard it is” and then I remembered that we have this technology called electricity and LED lights. New York’s Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze is probably up on that.

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And Now For Something Completely Different

New Doubleclicks Song “Dimetrodon” Will Make You Love Prehistoric Predators

If you thought that giant extinct monsters couldn’t be comforting, you thought wrong.

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hold on to your butts

There’s a Whole Series of Dinosaur Erotica. Isn’t the World a Wonderful Place?

I’d like to say thank you to Christie Sims, author of the “Dinosaur Beast Erotica” series. And I’m not being sarcastic. If werewolf erotica is a thing then it’s just not fair for dinosaurs not to get their due.

(Yes, I know Gryphons aren’t dinosaurs. But this is a post about dinosaur erotica. Just let it go.)

(via: Geekologie)

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