Friday, May 29, 2020

My, What Big Teeth You Have

Here's a look back at where I've been, including the cast of the carnotasaurus from yesterday.


And so I return to where I started in the Fossil Gallery, with daspletosaurus, a predecessor to tyrannosaurus rex. Thus today ends this visit to the Museum of Nature from February, but tomorrow I have something of a coda, from outside the building.

23 comments:

  1. And you threw my mind to Little Red Riding Hood. But these didn´t have big ears ;-)

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  2. Dinos have become incredibly popular.

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  3. It really brings them to life, doesn't it?

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  4. It has been a good tour, William.

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  5. I think it's so great that little kids (really little ones) have an affinity for dinosaurs. Wonder why... And then they remember them when they are grown up too!

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  6. Scary, but nice photos. The teeth would give me nightmares.

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  7. They must have been a scary sight once.

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  8. @Iris: that was the idea!

    @Julia: they have.

    @Tom: in some respects, yes.

    @Jennifer: it does, yes.

    @RedPat: I just wonder when I'll be in again.

    @Barbara: kids just love dinosaurs.

    @Maywyn: they are big teeth.

    @Marleen: they would have been.

    @Bill: thank you!

    @Mari: thanks.

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  9. I love Dinosaurs but I have never been to see a huge fossile like these. You are so lucky.
    cheers, parsnip

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  10. Oh, those teeth!
    What a great museum!

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  11. Amazing the size of them critters ~

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  12. Oh my gosh, imagine those awesome creatures stomping around, those teeth­čś▒

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  13. It is amazing that these creatures roamed over the very earth we roam around. Interesting
    MB

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