Listen once again, to the story of the dinosaurs. Great beasts who walked the Earth, slayers of kings and terrors of the mead hall benches!
What have I done.
As you can see, I don't have access to photoshop at the moment. So until I have it again, everything will be made in microsoft paint! HOORAY. That means I might not be able to rely on visual gimmicks as much and might actually have to give you guys useful information! I can already tell this post is a mistake...
ANYWAYS. As you guys may have noticed, I haven't been around for a while (this is, in fact, the first post since SUMMER), so I thought I'd do a really exciting dinosaur. Telmatosaurus!
I lied. It's not an exciting dinosaur. It's a hadrosaur. But it was the dinosaur the book selected for me, so we're gonna do it.
The next post will probably be something to celebrate 10000 views!! I mean we're not there yet (still like 9300), but we should be soon. Suggest a dinosaur to celebrate and I'll do it.
Weishampel, David B., Peter Dodson, and Halszka Osmólska. The Dinosauria. Berkeley: U of California, 1990. Print.
Dalla Vecchia, F.M. 2009b Telmatosaurus and the other Hadrosauids of the Cretaceous European Archipelago: an Update. Natura Nascota, 39. 1-18.