Where's The Soup Evan?
It's complicated for SURE. But alas, as this is not twitter, let us refrain for fear of summoning the horrid Discourse.
Ok, lets discuss park protocall for how to handle kids and preteens being immature little rodents when the dinosaurs start their shameless acts. Lets call it their "springtime ritual"Ye lol don’t need to engage with that. Instead, we got Dinos to discuss and characters to torment
NOOOOO BECAUSE LESLIE WOULD BE SO IMMATURE DURING THIS The incredibly uncomfy jokes she'd make..... I am so sorry for you all.Ok, lets discuss park protocall for how to handle kids and preteens being immature little rodents when the dinosaurs start their shameless acts. Lets call it their "springtime ritual"
Elliot Fun Fact: For the longest time, what we only knew from Deinocherius mirificus were the pair of giant arms found in 1965 by a Polish-Mongolian Paleontology team in the Nemget Basin in the Gobi Desert. We wouldn't discover more material until the late 2000s. In 2013, it was announced that two new specimens (one of which being a sub-adult and the other an adult) were discovered, though both were victims of fossil poachers. Shortly after, rumors would begin speculating about a looted skull being delivered to a European private collector through the black market; where the Korean-Mongolian team went to investigate. The recovered material consisted of a skull, a left hand, and feet, which was suspected to belong to one of the recently discovered specimens.
And sure enough, it was missing a toe bone - in which a particular toe fragment from 2009 fit PERFECTLY into the poached bone with no overlapped skeletal elements! It was, as some people might say, a certified Cinderella moment.
For more info on the subject, feel free to watch the PBS Eons vid on the subject here:
And yet they were omnivores! Primarily feeding on plant matter either through leaves high branches - using their huge arms to pull branches downwards - or water plants - dredging them up with their claws. Fish scales have also been found in a stomach of one of the specimens, meaning they at least supplemented their diet with some piscivorous-qualities (no evidence leading to scavenging carcasses, let alone hunting).there's a photo of one of the mongolian paleontologists with the arms that goes harder than it has any right to