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Date:11/27/2014 3:47:56 PM
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Hey SammyMiamisan
I hope you found your blog! Wow, it's already near the end of the month and we haven't even seen T Rex yet. I think mom is saving him/them for tomorrow or the next day. Anyway, today's dino is a juvenile pachycephalosaurus (pack ee sef o lo SAUR us), or thick headed dinosaur. Look at all those horns and bumps on its head. If you can bring the pic up a little larger, you can see it painted on the wall behind, and get an idea what it looked like with skin on. He looks scary, but is just another plant eater. He's in the same room with T Rex, and looks like he's fleeing the scene here. In real life, he would have been getting out of the way as well. Don't know if you've noticed the flowers in the Cretaceous room but check yesterday's and today's pics for flowering plants, or angiosperms. Today over 90% of the plants in the world are angiosperms, and they evolved during the cretaceous. Before they evolved, there were ferns, mosses, cycads, benetittalions, gingko, and evergreens. Most of these take years to reproduce, and even ferns have a 3 year reproductive cycle. Now think about your tomatoes or peppers that you planted last summer: they went from seed to seed (a reproductive cycle) in a few months! That's why they are so successful, they can out reproduce any of the other plants on earth, so they get all the bare spaces! Thanks for your support all month long, see you tomorrow with one of the most spectacular specimens to date! Hugs and a vote, Gizmo
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