I know what you’re thinking. Where’s the Canadian show-accurate Slag? I’ll be honest, I’ve just never come upon one that I thought was worth the money. Unlike Swoop, I was never as bothered by Slag’s colors. What did bother me? That damn floppy tail. I can’t remember if it was that floppy right out of the box but for most of my childhood it never wanted to stay in place. Just drags on the ground behind him. Wish he would have come with a fire accessory back in the day. #transformers#tfg1museum#G1#autobots#decepticons#actionfigures#toys#collectors#vintage#1985#dinobots#slag#triceratops
Are you smarter then a 3 year old?? Payton knows a lot of facts about dinosaurs, since at the moment they are her all time favorite. She is also so smart for 3 she soaks up Information like a wet sponge. If your curious as to how we teach her right now her favorite thing is flash cards, reading and her learning IPad apps!! So enjoy a Fun fact Friday by Payton Elizabeth, every Friday we will post a new fact by Payton @paytons_mommy2015 #areyousmarterthena3yearold#dinosaur#triceratops#brainsandbeauty#funfactsfriday
Today is my last day working at @pixomondo, and I couldn’t have asked for a better summer. (Also needed to draw one last Triceratops!)I learned so much and got WAY out of my comfort zone, and I cannot wait to apply what I’ve learned to my thesis film and beyond. I met so many great people that I’m glad to call friends, and learned to love LA. Can’t wait to be back!
In honor of my first post and reaching 100 followers, here are some of my favorite dinos, feel free to tell me yours in the comments to give me more ideas for posts
My all time favorite dinosaur has always been and will be Velociraptors, but the rest of the dinos in this post in order are Parasaurolophus, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and Apatosaurus, and these are just some that are off the top of my head, if I sat down and really thought about it I could probably produce more
I won't be giving these a rating because there's multiple but I'll start rating them tommorow
Triceratop's had between 400 to 800 teeth that acted like knives when eating. Their teeth were made up of five layers of tissue while crocodiles have only two. Get up close with a family of triceratops inside Jurassic Giants presented by Frontier Communications.