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The Young Protectors: Fallen Chapter One—Page 2

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Run away!

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So!

So! Cory has survived the fall! But who’s the guy with the spear-crook thing-y? And what’s that behind Cory? Will they all be friends? Or something more?

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  1. I’m happy that the dinosaur doesn’t Roar. Lizards (modern and ancient) don’t roar.

  2. I have never even thought about that LOL, guess I’m too influenced by modern media :woman_facepalming:t2:

  3. So ofc our little darling T-Rex wasn’t just gone, why would he be…
    Somehow I’m a bit amazed by Cory’s attitude though, he doesn’t seem to be frightened too much somehow? Rather like “Oh, yeah, maybe I should run, right?” x’D
    Well it’s a good quality to be able and stay calm, esp. after we already know what happens if he’s not staying calm and I wonder if we’d need a tornado at the moment.

  4. I remember insisting that My Mom see the very first Jurassic Park movie. In the middle of it, she turned to me and said “This is a very noisy movie,” as one of the T-Rex’s roared loud enough to be heard in the parking lot of the theater. It was completely inaccurate and unscientific but it entertained.

  5. Klaus says:

    Then again, dinosaurs are not lizards.

  6. I see folks that say “dinosaurs don’t roar”? Hum. I have never met one, have you? Laughing of course. I think more like an elephant trumpeting noise, just much, much louder. Now, as to the page? LMBO, “oh, right, running yes” Love it!

  7. The nearest you can get to a dinosaur making sound is crocodiles and the low, scratchy rumbling noises that they make. Crocodiles are the nearest relatives to Dinosaurs that don’t chirp or tweet. . . It isn’t a mammalian roar but it is scary or at least should be interpreted as the threat it is.

  8. Actually, he is frightened. It’s just that seeing a hungry dinosaur has caught him so off-guard, his emotions haven’t had time to catch up. :slight_smile:

    Thank you. I like that a lot too. :smiley:

  9. I should qualify this I guess. I have a ball python named Gingir. I am amazed at the sounds she can produce when she feels like it!

  10. Curiouser and curiouser…
    Dinosours are always cool, but my favorite things about this page are: more of the blue horned guy, the plant life, and “oh. wow.” because same. now ruuuuuuuuuuuuunnnnnnnnnn

  11. Those are definitely some of my favorite things too, Julia. :slight_smile:

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