See the kids forgive their father now that they fully understand his choices (below)!
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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:
Do you remember the scene (above) from Jurassic Park??
Of course you do! How could anyone forget an opening like that? The whole movie's vibe is masterfully set up in such a short snippet, and then plays out just like we all fear!
Now, who wouldn't want a reminder of that fear in their own back yard?
That EXACT raptor crate prop used in the movie is now on eBay, which you can bid on HERE!
It's just too bad the bidding is up to $99k+ dollars. Still… if we all pool our money together! Because the RAPTOR IS STILL INSIDE.
We can do this!
See more pics AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Field Museum scientists have found a new "top predator" dinosaur in Utah!
This is really cool because this dino, dubbed Siats meekerorum, is a precursor to the T-Rex.
Siats was around tens of millions of years before the T-Rex and is part of the allosauroids' megaraptor subgroup. That sounds like it's an allosaurus (basically a T-rex) mixed with a giant velociraptor.
So basically just super terrifying!
At 4-tons and 30-feet-tall, Siats is the third-largest
Congrats Tyrannosaurus Rex, we just found a new member of your family!
Researchers at the Natural History Museum of Utah and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science have published a paper describing the new species of dinosaur: Lythronax argestes.
The name translates to the King of Gore and that's just terrifying!
One of the researchers said: