STL Science Center

STL Science Center

13 May 2012

Mother's Day in the Dinosaur World

Yangchuanosaurus, if she was anything like we believe Allosaurus and other large theropods were like, probably cared for her young until they could at least hunt for themselves; less than a year most likely. Now, of course, that does not take into account the idea that theropods may have acted as modern birds do in some ways with flocking habits which would incorporate the young into the flock as soon as they were able to join the general movements of a flock, but who knows for sure if theropods were like geese or hawks? They may have been like either or neither; someday maybe we will get to find out, but perhaps not. I hope they're more like geese, but still, who knows.

Anyhow, what I have for today is sadly devoid of coloring, which may be okay because, it being Mother's Day, you kids may not have much time today to sit and think about dinosaurs. So what I do have to share is three child friendly, quick and easy to read sites for learning. They are:
1) Kids Dinos
2) Kids Dig Dinos
3) Enchanted Learning

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