Tuesday, May 10, 2016


Most fish, amphibians, lizards, and snakes are indeterminate growers. In theory, they can get as big as their environment and diet allow. So why don’t we see huge creatures in nature? It’s mainly because the longer an animal lives, the more likely it is to come in contact with predators, diseases, and natural disasters that end its life before it gets very big.http://earthsky.org/earth/do-some-animals-grow-throughout-their-lives

                         Image result for lizard skeleton
                                                        Lizard Skeleton
                         Image result for t rex skeleton
                                                       T Rex Skeleton
They look similar to me. It could be that dinosaurs were just lizards that grew really big. Maybe they did not go extinct at all and are still with us they just have more predators. I know my cat has done her share of taking out lots of lizards. :)


  1. They're good for taking out crickets! and sugar ants. They can be friendly too ... not all, just like people there's nice one and bad ones.

  2. Notice how 'strange' the artwork - images- are with Gov. building. Pretty much states the mindset. Plus they like using reptiles - snakes:

    1. Thanks for the link. That guy seems to have some good stuff.
      Confucius-Signs and symbols rule the world not rules and law.
      If you have not, you should look into serpent of the brotherhood. Also the letter K is usually a tip off on serpent worship in South America and probably all over the world. If you know what to look for, the gov. is telling you what they are all about. http://vigilantcitizen.com/ has some great work on his website about sinister sites. It is about half way down the page.