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Two dinosaur live happily in the forest. They gave birth to a dinosaur egg. However, one day, they go out for searching food, thier dino eggs was stolen by a large bird. So, they decided to look for the big bird to get egg back. Will they succeed? You will have to help them find it. 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 Home flash game online.
Use the arrow keys or WASD for movement in this online flash game.
Let's face, too many people are too relaxed when it comes to dinosaur security. According to the Dinosaur Professionals at About.com there many ways you can proof your home to prevent dinosaurs from entering. First, try to keep it clean. Those tiny bits of hummus, pizza, and Ritz crackers clinging to your shag rug are a siren call to dinosaurs lower down on the food chain. A five-pound Compsognathus would happily spend all night sucking the dried grape juice from your carpet. Make sure to clean your gutters, the mosasaurs are attracted to creatures living stagnant pools of gutter water, and you don't want to have them hanging out around your home do you? It is also recommended that you install a high-tech security system. Even a nearsighted homeowner can spy a Stegosaurus approaching from a mile away; the real problem is if your house is being cased by a pack of ravenous raptors, which like to hunt at night and know how to keep a low profile. Our last advice would be not to play your stereo too loud. The best way to keep dinosaurs out of your home is to maintain a low profile. If you insist on blasting Justin Bieber out your open living-room window, don't be surprised if a pack of Allosaurus shows up on your doorsteps, and we guarantee you don't want that to happen.
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. Dinosaur is the name given the variety of extinct animals that roamed the world during the Mesozoic era. The Mesozoic era (also know as the age of dinosaurs), covered three geological periods of time; the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods; dinosaurs existed approximately 65 million - 230 million years ago. While most people think that all dinosaurs were very big, the smallest were about the size of chickens, and current estimatesplace the average dinosaur at about the size of a small car. Dinosaurs are classified as reptiles. They are divided into two groups based on the structure of the hip. One group has lizard-like hips and the other group has bird-like hips. The longest dinosaur was the Amphicoelias, based on fossils it is estimated that this Sauropod measured over 58 metres (190 ft) long. Well, we think that's enough facts for one day, you should play our fun Dino Home game now.