Thursday, February 14, 2013

New Croods Film Clip? Yes, Please!

 

This brand new clip from The Croods highlights the awkwardness of attraction...no matter the time, place or species.

Muchas gracias to Commenter Bob for finding it on the Spanish TV site, Univision.com!

7 comments:

  1. So Whats the name of that Spinosaurs-Fish Bird thing?

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    1. I honestly don't know. All those in favor of 'Spinosaurs-Fish Bird thing' say 'aye'...

      AYE!

      'Spinosaurs-Fish Bird thing' it is, then!

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    2. Well it does have a Spinosaurus like snout and it also has teeth, Since most Theropod Dinosaurs have sharp teeth. Which the birds (the only living Dinosaurs today) including the Ramu don't have. But.. theres one big difference between this Spinosaurus-fish bird thing and the true Spinosaurs. Is that Spinosaurs lived in The Cretaceous Period (100.5–65 Ma) and this fish bird lives in a Fictional Pliocene timescale period, Which we know as The Croodaceous (which is 4 million years ago)

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    3. You see? I *knew* I was right to agree with your name for the bird.

      Curious: Are you a Paleontologist?

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    4. Nope, Im just a Normal Teenager who knows everything about Prehistoric life. By watching a allot of documentary series on tv and I read allot books about Dinosaurs and other animals.

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    5. Very cool. Keep at it. George Santayana (1863-1952) once said: "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." And I do NOT want to repeat the dinosaurs!

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    6. Good News I found out the name of this giant fish bird. And its actually called a Turkey Fish.

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