Apparently there is a switch in the kitchen. If you turn it off, it turns off all the equipment in Donnie's lab. Like, the entire lab, it turns it off.
Why is there- Why is that a switch?!
Raph, let’s go back to, like, 2004, OK? We’re in our second lair, I'm finally restarting my projects. If that switch existed and one of you motherfuckers hit it once, what would I have done to that switch?
You would’ve ripped it out of the fucking wall! Like, you would’ve fucking Indiana Jones: Temple of Doom style- You would’ve pulled it out with it pulsing with blue electricity!
There’d be two holes. There’d be one in your desk, and one in the wall.
One of the most well-known and common microsaurs, Pantylus lived during the Early Permian of Texas, USA (~290-272 mya). It was a highly terrestrial lepospondyl, about 25cm long (10″), and would have somewhat resembled a stout-bodied lizard with a large head and short but well-developed limbs.
It was probably capable of burrowing, using its shovel-like snout and strong forelimbs to dig head-first into the ground in a similar manner
to the modern turtle frog.
Its teeth were blunt and conical, adapted for grinding and crushing tough food, and
in some specimens were worn down to stubs from heavy use. It most likely
ate hard-shelled invertebrates – but there’s also a small possibility
that it was at least semi-herbivorous, something highly unusual among amphibians.