Justin Bieber was just rear-ended! Ew, not THAT way!
And you KNOW how much Justin LOVES photographers.
Justin afterwards invoked Princess Diana in a tweet he sent out to his followers about the incident:
[Image via Twitter.]
If we could shake our heads any harder, we'd be causing earthquakes.
The internet is hilarious, and someone decided to enforce that by posting a pic (above) of Steven Spielberg on the set of Jurassic Park.
Making an obvious joke, the person captioned the photo:
"Disgraceful photo of recreational hunter happily posing next to a Triceratops he just slaughtered. Please share so the world can name and shame this despicable man."
Clearly clearly clearly a joke.
There’s bound to be a bone or two at a bachelor party, but not THIS kind of bone!
A group of people celebrating a bachelor party last week at Elephant Butte State Park in New Mexico accidentally unearthed a 10 million year old fossilized mastodon skull!
The San Diego Padres play at Petco Park but they should probably change the name of their stadium to Jurassic Park now!
Ch-ch-check out who showed up on the mound to throw out the first pitch in yesterday’s game versus the Kansas City Royals!
It’s a Tyrannnosaurus Rex!
Anzu wyliei is his name, and being a giant chicken-looking, velociraptor hybrid is his game.
Matt Lamanna and several fellow paleontologist buddies recently unveiled the new creature! The dinosaur is basically an ostrich/raptor that weighed around 600-pounds.
OK, so we're guessing "adorable" might not be the right word here. But it's still a lot less scary than a full-sized Tyrannosaurus Rex!!!
Scientist believe they have discovered a brand new species of dinosaur stemming from a dig in Alaska back in 2006! Measuring about 2 meters tall, they initially believed they had stumbled upon the bones of a young tyrannosaur. However, with further inspection they found that it had a lot of the same characteristics of an adult!!
Ron Tykoski works on fossils at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas and spoke out about the amazing discovery: