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Move Aside 50 Shades! Dinosaur Erotica Is Real And It's T-Sexy!

Dinosaur erotic is not only real but well reviewed??

Make room, Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele!

T-Rex coming through! And he's bringing his little pal, Velociraptor, too!

In case you're completely over whips, paddles, and Red Rooms of Pain, we have the perfect alternative for you, and it includes DINOSAURS. We'd like to imagine it's just Jurassic Park fan fic involving a lot of interesting sex positions with Jeff Goldblum, but alas, it's actual real erotica involving the extinct creators…

A short erotica story, named Taken By The T-Rex, by co-authors Christie Sims and Alara Branwen, have been taking the "monster sex" section of erotica by storm. (And yes, that's a real thing!)

And, in case you're not convinced yet, just look at some of the very positive reviews on Amazon! It's like garden feast for a Brachiosaurus! You know, cuz they're herbivores, and all.

One review even succinctly says the story was "not relatable," however very "accurate":

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New Big-Nosed Dinosaur Discovered!!!

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New Dino!!

This is so ahmayzing!!

It's so cool we live in a time where new species of dinosaur are still being discovered!

Paleontologists at the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah unearthed the dino, dubbed Nasutoceratops titusi.

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Hundreds Of Dinosaur Egg Fossils Found In Spain!

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Fossilized Dinosaur Eggs

Jurassic Park, here we come!

Researchers in Spain have announced they found hundreds of dinosaur egg fossils!

They even found four kinds of dino egg that they had never found before in that region.

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Paleontologists Discover Baby Dinosaurs Were Eaten By Prehistoric Crocodiles!

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Crocodiles are like great white sharks, they've basically been around since the time of dinosaurs.

Scientists have found out that ancient crocs and dinos didn't really get along too well.

Did they find angry messages scratched into rock??

Nope! They discovered croc teeth… still stuck into dino bones!!

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Scientists Recreate Actual Dinosaur Skin

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Scientists have actually found the mummified remains of a Hadrosaur.

That means that some of its skin was actually intact!

So now using a gross, burnt, smashed chicken, scientists were somehow able to come up with a good idea for what the dinosaur's skin might have actually looked like.

Check out the above video to see them working on a computer rendering of a real life Hadrosaur.

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Paleontologists Discover New Dinosaur Species

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…in the basement of their own museum!

Yup, paleontologists from Britain's Natural History Museum just discovered a new species of dinosaur hiding in their basement.

The bones are of herbivores from the same family as the Triceratops, called Spinops sternbergorum.

The bones were found along with a large group of fossils in a "bone bed" in Alberta, Canada in 1916.

But the museum's keeper of geology at the time said the bones were "rubbish" so they lay in the basement from almost 100 years until they were rediscovered by a current group of researchers.

The scientist who led the team said:

"I knew right away that these fossils were something unusual, and it was very exciting to learn about their convoluted history.

Here we have not just one, but multiple individuals of the same species, so we’re confident that it’s not just an odd example of a previously known species."

That's got to be a fun thing to stumble across.

They didn't even need to dig or use those little dust brushes or anything.

Score one for modern science!

[Image via AP Images.]

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