Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Snow Monsters

Snow Monster 2

Keep St. Louis Weird Department: in the southeast corner of Forest Park, tucked behind the planetarium, not visible from any road, a tyrannosaurus and a triceratops face off. They never get past a staredown and stick to the same bit of turf. Hardly anyone knows they exist.

Maybe when they thaw out (they are cold-blooded, I presume) we will see some action.                 

Snow Monster 3

Snow Monster 4

10 comments:

Olivier said...

combat de poids lourds dans la neige ;) cela rend tres bien, ils sont impressionnant

hamilton said...

It's hard to imagine something so bug could be missed!
Then again, the museum in Toronto has recently discovered a contemporary of your two - now named Acheroraptor.

hamilton said...

so big. sheesh.

Sharon said...

I have never seen these before. What a surprise.

JM said...

You did a great job, these don't look like photos. Love this cold version of the Jurassic Park! :-)

cieldequimper said...

Strange encounters...

Speedway said...

We have a family of dinos at the main entrances to the Children's Museum. Their attire changes with the seasons - some times a Colts fottball helmet, another Sees them in witches' hats, and right now they are wearing Santa caps, while the large one at the windown sports a holiday scarf and the Mama on the corner has a bright red nose.

http://speedwaydailyphoto.blogspot.com/2013/04/yvonne-greg-diana-and-nosy-friends.html

William Kendall said...

That is cool!

We have a relative of the tricerotop and a family of mammooths on the grounds of our nature museum

Stefan Jansson said...

They would look nice in my back garden.

Bibi said...

Haven't visited in ages....I'll be back more regularly. Look what I posted on the 16th!