Yay, another Lego game! 😄 I've always wanted it, because I love the movies. The music is cool, and the original voice actors are awesome. Now I want to watch the movies again.^^ The game is easy, but I enjoy the colorful levels with their typical Lego humor. You have to unlock characters, dinosaurs and vehicles and collect different things. The booklet with 5 pages is a nice detai, I just wish they would have written in what functions all the collectibles have! 😅
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Sauropelta was a heavily built quadrupedalherbivore with a body length of approximately 5.2 m (17.1 ft). The skull was triangular when viewed from above, with the rear end wider than the tapering snout. One skull measured 35 centimeters (13.75 in) in width at its widest point, behind the eyes. Unlike some other nodosaurids, the roof of the skull was characteristically flat, not domed. The roof of the skull was very thick and covered in flat, bony plates that are so tightly fused that there appear to be no sutures (boundaries) like the ones seen in Panoplosaurus, Pawpawsaurus, Silvisaurus, and many other ankylosaurs. This could also be an artifact of preservation or preparation. As in other ankylosaurs, thick triangular scutes projected from the postorbital bone, above and behind the eyes, as well as the jugal bone, below and behind the eyes. More typically for nodosaurids, leaf-shaped teeth lined both upper and lower jaws, used for cutting plant material. The front end of the skull is unknown, but there would have been a sharp bony ridge (tomium) at the end of both upper and lower jaws, as seen in other ankylosaurs. This ridge probably would have supported a keratinous beak.
T-REX IS CRACKING ON: After a competitive bidding process from sites all around the world the next home of Jurassic Park has today been selected.
The mediterranean island of Majorca was the winner, beating out late bids from Christmas Island, Canvey Island and The Shetland Islands, the latter of which definitely could do with a bit of investment and a few more predators to pick off some of the locals.
The new park, which will replace the old one that was blown up by a volcano, is expected to have an impact on the filming of next summer’s series of Love Island, with many of the dinosaurs expected to mingle and possibly “graft” with some of the human contestants.
“Scenes such as a girl going on a date with a Brontosaurus and Caroline Flack trying to interview a Pterodactyl are sure to give us our best ratings yet” said an ITV2 spokesperson, before hinting that Casa Amore may also be used as a holding pen for Velociraptors.