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January 14, 2009 / milesandhisfavorites

Miles’s Time Adventure 1:Killer Croc

Hey there!  For our first trip back in time, we go to prehistoric Texas, to track down the owner of this:

 

That's a true killer!

That's a true killer!

we’re going after Deinosuchus, a 50-foot crocodile.  We should see other dinosaurs, too.  Next stop, 75 million years back to Texas!  Wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhoooooooooooooooooooooosssssssssssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!  Ah, here we are.  And we should see-aha!  Nyctosaurus!

 

Look at that crest!

Look at that crest!

This is a pterosaur, a kind of flying reptile.  Now, let’s fly with them, in this:

 

Up, up, and away!

Up, up, and away!

Wahoo!  Oh, my god!  A Deinosuchus just jumped out of the water and caught a Nyctosaurus!  Hey, look down there!  I see a stampede!  Let’s check it out.  Wow!  A herd of Parasarolophus!  These animals communicate through their crests.

 

Albertosaurus and Parasurolophus

Albertosaurus and Parasurolophus

Hey, an Albertosaurus!  Must be the cause of the stampede.  But with Deinosuchus around, they have to compete for food.  I’ll boat upriver.  Row!  Row!  Whoa!  Deinosuchus!  

 

Looks like competition for Albertosaurus!

Looks like competition for Albertosaurus!

But there’s one more dinosaur to see.  One that was small but sneaky.

 

A killer in the making!

A killer in the making!

Introducing Troodon, an early raptor.  And now that we’ve seen killer crocs, among other things, it’s time to go back.  Next time, we go back to when the waters were a no-no.  We meet a killer so deadly, it had a stinger the size of a lightbulb.

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