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Another PSA Addendum by babbletrish Another PSA Addendum by babbletrish
The "Warning" is because of some swearing. Yes, this legitimately bothers me, and hopefully I'm not alone.  Meanwhile, have some footage of Golden Eagles being bada** to an unfortunate buttrock soundtrack.

EDIT: Note that I don't mean to pick on free-range or lovingly raised backyard chickens, just the ones that are -shudder- "mass produced". If there was room, I'd have a wild Junglefowl in among the big group of birds.
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Bat-Snake Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
If the kid from Jurassic Park were to try the "it's just some big turkey" crap on me, I wouldn't have scared him into logic with talking about the raptors. I would have told him about the horror that is the wild turkey. 

Wild turkey might actually be a good fit for potential dinosaur personalities...maybe swans and other waterfowl. 


It's amazing how horrifying they are when you actually take the time to learn, then apply it to dinosaurs. It's glorious. 
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TyrannosaurusRex-123 Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Student General Artist
I would obviously think that ostriches, emus and rheas closely resemble dinosaurs rather than eagles. They have long necks, shovel beaks and long legs; and I believe that a Gallimimus might have definitely behaved like an ostrich.
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Vorahk295 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Hell yeah, eagles are awesome. Bears? Run away from them. Honey badgers? Fricking terrified. 
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lucassobotta Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
back in my days, sauropods dragged their tails, stegosaurus had TWO BRAINS, and iguanodon was shaped like an ACTUAL iguana! Thanks for ruining my childhood FOREVER, science!


yes, my childhood was pretty shitty
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Gozer-The-Destroyor Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
THANK.
YOU.
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Anto009 Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2013
Everytime I feel down I just think about how cool it is that I ate dinosaur the day before (Or today)
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inkybee Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2013  Professional Writer
YES THIS IS GOOD

YOU ARE A PERFECT HUMAN BEING AND I WANT TO MAKE YOU PIES.
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SageKorppi Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
THANK YOU. Considering there are more species of birds (*Vegeta voice*OVER 9000!!!...just about 10,000) than there are of mammals (around 5500), it drives me INSANE when people qualify all birds as the same.

I get so irked when people say I'm making my starling a cannibal when I feed him chicken ~>:E

Also, "She just took that out of a deer!" made my day XD
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babbletrish Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Just recently, over hot dogs at a family gathering, I had the following surreal exchange:

Aunt - "I've had this hawk in my backyard just LOOKING at my chipmunks!"

Me - "Well, if it bothers you, you should move your bird feeder or even take it in for a while and..."

Aunt - "Oh my GAWD, hawks eat OTHER BIRDS?!?!?"

Me - (Incredulous stare.) "Don't be shocked, but you should know that you're eating other mammals right now."
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Orionide5 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013
Lol!
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