I should probably make a personal blog instead of using a dead ask blog to like posts about ducklings
I never got my 4D Rex prize from that dino OCT
Yeah. They weren’t able to get a hold of the dinosaur alarm clock
which I am not kidding was 90% of my motivation for keeping up with that OCT during Midterms and Finals/AP week.
After a lengthy mourning period I have come to peace with this and have accepted my lot, a field guide which I hope is aggressively speeding across the pacific towards me as we speak.
IT’s FINALLY OVEr
I FINISHED THE LAST PAGE OF THE LAST ROUNd
AAAHAHAHAH! DING DONG THE WITCH IS DEAD!
Pterosaurs, the membrane-winged reptiles that ruled the skies of the Mesozoic, are some of the most popular prehistoric animals among kids (and the young at heart). But how well do you know them? Let’s take a look at some common misconceptions and the corresponding facts about these animals, with the myths bolded:
M: “Pterodactyl” and “pterosaur” mean the same thing.
F: “Pterosaur” applies to the entire group, but “pterodactyl” is only correct when used in reference to the subgroup Pterodactyloidea.
M: Pterosaurs were dinosaurs.
M: Pterosaurs were the ancestors of birds.
F: Birds are a lineage of theropod dinosaurs which first appeared in the Jurassic. Unlike dinosaurs, pterosaurs left no living descendants.
I have ten days to finish this, three pages left and a fulltime job.
Oh my god I think I’m having a heart attack.
(hehehe, heart attack)
weave silk is my favorite and seed plant breeder is super fun.