Your screen is to small to play this dinosaurs flash game.
In the Dino Drop game your task is to arrange the Dino Eggs so that there are 3 or more eggs of the same color in the same row. To move an egg, click on an egg and then click on another egg that is to the left, right, above or below the first egg you clicked on. The two eggs will swap position. Try to get 3 in a row to earn points and move to the next level. Have Fun!
Do you like dinosaurs, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Dino Drop flash game online.
Use your mouse to interact in this online dinosaur game.
No, we are no talking about the platform video game from 1983, but we think you should know a thing or two about real dinosaur eggs. According to the everything experts at About.com every dinosaur that ever lived hatched from an egg. As far as paleontologists can tell, mother dinosaurs laid anywhere from a handful to a couple dosin eggs at a single sitting, depending on the genus and species. Most of the eggs would immediately be eaten by predators, and of the remainder most of the newborn hatchlings would be gobbled up as soon as they stumbled away from the egg. The broken shells of dinosaur eggs tend to persist longer in the fossil record than whatever was inside them. Unless a dinosaur egg is found in close proximity to an actual, fossilized dinosaur, it's virtually impossible to determine the exact genus or species that laid it. Scientist can't tell for sure how big an egg could get, but it's reasonable to assume that no dinosaur egg exceeded two feet in diameter. Anyway, these eggs could be quite facinating.
There are many fun facts about dinosaurs for kids and a countless number of websites listing these facts some good ones are Science Kids, KidsDigDinos.com, and Kids Konnect. We studied some of these website and here are some of our findings. While dinosaurs came a long time before us humans, fossils and modern technology have helped us piece together what dinosaurs may have looked like and even how they might have behaved. The word dinosaur comes from the Greek language and means terrible lizard. The word was coined by English paleontologist Richard Owen in 1842 and was meant to refer to Dinosaurs impressive size rather than their scary appearance. The first dinosaur to be formally named was the Megalosaurus, back in 1824. A paleontologist is someone who studies dinosaurs. Most palaeontologists believe that birds are the only surviving dinosaurs. So dinosaurs aren't really extinct because their descendants are still living. Well, we think that's enough facts for one day, you should play our fun Dino Drop game now.