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Dinosaur Memes

Dinosaur memes are the best. A good dinosaur joke is a great way to make me laugh when things aren’t going my way. If I am finding something difficult, I just think of that poor T-Rex trying to make his bed. If I’m sad, the dinosaur meme where the T-Rex ‘boops’ the sadness away works every time. There is a dinosaur joke for every occasion really. Dinosaurs are so funny! I mean, how can you not laugh at the idea of that giant, scary monster scientists made us think T-Rex looked like, enrobed in a fluffy bird suit? That, my friends, is funny dinosaur stuff. If you love dinosaurs, be sure to check out our Dinosaur Shop!

I also communicate with my friends using dinosaur memes. Pretty much anytime we are talking on social media, somebody posts a dinosaur meme or a dinosaur gif. It seems to be our love language. I save a lot of them so that i can share the funny dinosaurs again at a later date. When a friend asked me what I wanted for dinner, I had the Tacosaurus meme ready to go!  Dinosaur puns are perfect for that too. Dinosaur puns never go extinct. (See what I did  there?)

Some of the best dinosaur memes are the ones that are funny and plausible. There is one that follows the logic of plastic dinosaurs being made from real dinosaurs. The dinosaur meme with the dinosaur holding the grabby stick making him unstoppable is my idea of a motivational poster. No matter what the situation, there is a dinosaur meme that perfectly suits it!

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Dinosaur Silhouette for Download

A dinosaur silhouette is a cool thing to add to a report for school, an art project, or any number of other things. Here are some dinosaur silhouettes that you can download for free. The dinosaur silhouettes in the pictures below are on coloured backgrounds, but the actual download is on a white background. We have tried to include silhouettes of a few different dinosaurs, have fun! If you enjoy dinosaur art, be sure to take a look at the Dinoverse Shop!

Tyrannosaurus Rex Silhouette

Tyrannosaurs Rex dinosaur silhouette

Triceratops Silhouettes

A Triceratops dinosaur silhouette
Action silhouette of a Triceratops

Brontosaurus Silhouette

Brontosaurus dinosaur silhouette

Pterodactyl Silhouettes

A pterodactyl silhouette
Flying dinosaur silhouette

Stegosaurus Silhouette

Silhouette of a stegosaurus

Velociraptor Silhouette

Dinosaur silhouette of a velociraptor

Ankylosaurus Silhouette

Ankylosaurus dinosaur silhouette

Gallimimus Sillhouette

Gallimimus running dinosaur silhouette

Dilophosaurus Silhouette

Silhouette of a dilophosaurus

Allosaurus Silhouette

Allosaurus sillhouette
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What does RAWR mean in Dinosaur?

What does ‘rawr’ mean in dinosaur? ‘Rawr’ is just a cute way of saying ‘roar’ and isn’t actually a word in the English language. And as far as we know, there was no universal Dinosaur language! If rawr had a definition it would probably be something like ‘a cute and non-intimidating roar’ and an example might be a kitten trying to roar like a lion. In movies like Jurassic Park dinosaurs have been portrayed as roaring mightily, so some people use ‘rawr’ if they want their dinosaur to look adorable instead. If you are into adorable dinosaurs, I suggest you check out the Dinoverse shop!

Whether they were intimidating or not, dinosaurs almost certainly did use sound to communicate like other animals do. We have no way of knowing what those sounds actually were, since nobody has ever seen a living dinosaur! There have been many examples of fossilized skulls that suggest they had hearing, possibly even very good hearing that could pick up both low and high frequencies. They likely would have been listening for predators or prey, potential mates, as well as their young.

Dinosaurs clearly had mouths as well as other holes in their skulls that could have been used to make noise by pushing air through them. For example the Parasaurolophus has a large hollow crest and extended nasal passages. Paleontologists have theorized that they used this to make a sound similar to a foghorn. Modern reptiles also make sounds by clacking their jaws, swishing their tails, and rubbing their scales together. Dinosaurs may well have also used these methods to communicate.

What do you think dinosaurs sounded like?