Since I've been so good lately, God has decided to shine his golden face upon me with three previously unheard of dinosaur species for me to choose from as soon as my time machine is complete. Thanks, God.
The two herbivores (Wintonotitan and Diamantinasaurus, middle and bottom) and one carnivore, excavated from the Winton formation, roamed our land during the Cretaceous period - 98 million years ago.
"It not only presents us with two new amazing long-necked giants of the ancient Australian continent, but also announces our first really big predator - Australovenator," says Long.
That's right folks, that handsome devil up top is the Australovenator. I feel like I'm able to love again for the first time since Red Bull girl shot me down like a defunct satellite. Australovenator -- LOVENATE ME!
Scientists discover three new Aussie dinosaurs [abc]
Thanks to Melissa, Michael, janw and draw, who, HEY I CALLED DIBS GUYS, BACK OFF.
Not only does it make a great stocking stuffer, it makes a great Thanksgiving turkey stuffer. Hence the choking hazard warning. Also, who is this Thomas Colbern, "Noted Amateur Paleontologist", and what makes him the authority on authenticating dino butt nuggets? Just sayin'... / Continue →
This short dino ballet animation is arguably the most erotic thing I've seen since that time I watched myself lick an actual fossilized t-rex bone in the mirror (I ran my tongue up and down all slow and seductively while winking at myself). Speaking of which, where is that bon... / Continue →
In wonderful news, at least according to this $18 t-shirt design from Threadless (where were you on this, CNN?!), all dinosaurs go to heaven. So yeah, maybe there's a merciful God after all. But, as a guy who wasn't ever planning on seeing the pearly gates: does the Catholic ... / Continue →