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bookrat:

I fear this one is securely filed under ‘projects that sure would be cool but are never happening’, at least not life sized.
Main inspirations were an nyala and the Dinosaur Revolution rex.

bookrat:

I fear this one is securely filed under ‘projects that sure would be cool but are never happening’, at least not life sized.
Main inspirations were an nyala and the Dinosaur Revolution rex.

(via tyrannosaurslair)

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olafski:

A male Tyrannosaurus Rex wanders the forest, holding its head high to catch the scent of a female.I thought it would be hilarious if it turned out the Rex used its tiny arms to display some fabulous blue feathers to the ladies.

olafski:

A male Tyrannosaurus Rex wanders the forest, holding its head high to catch the scent of a female.
I thought it would be hilarious if it turned out the Rex used its tiny arms to display some fabulous blue feathers to the ladies.

(via tyrannosaurslair)

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aurusallos:

pterobat:

On April 14, a performer from the “Walking with Dinosaurs” arena show came to the Stanley A. Milner branch of the Edmonton Public Library to promote the new tour, wearing the juvenile T-Rex suit.

These aren’t my pictures, but the ones posted to the EPL Facebook. He was only there for about five minutes, but made a good show of it, stomping around and tossing his head, sticking his nose out to be petted. Nobody seemed to mind the visible legs in the costume, and a lot of kids drew back, while a few of those cried.

Note the bristles on the suit, which weren’t there before: the presenter claimed that this version of the arena show would add feathers to the dinosaur costumes and animatronics for the sake of accuracy.

Which means I have an excuse to go again—awright!

The same group also put on a “How to Train Your Dragon” stage show, also.

I want one of these suits SO BAD.

(Source: facebook.com)