Meatballs and a chance of cloudy! In prehistoric times there was virtually no clouds anywhere in the sky. Once humans learned how to harvest fire and boil water all of the evaporated water and smoke began to accumulate into the cloud forms in the sky today.
It’s hard to believe that we still drink the same water that dinosaurs used to drink in millions of years ago. Looking at this photo, I could imagine myself travelling back in time and seeing a live dinosaur dipping its head to this little creek for water. Hope you like it.
I haven’t done one of these in a very long time but I felt the urge so why not. Here is the Golduck. I envisioned that there would be some sexual dimorphism between the sexes. Males having barbs, ornamental tails, wattles and impressive horns. I kept this re-imagining pretty close to the original design.
Me and a few people laughed too hard at my “Water Cats” remark the other day so I did a thing. Boy, I love it when other non-dinosaurian extinct animals get more exposure, but the misconception needs to stop. That other water cat is not impressed.