Not as big as a Dreadnoughtus

I’m feeling dreadful. I hadn’t lost the extra pounds I gained during my vacation when company arrived at our house.

After five days of entertaining, I have a few more pounds to lose. That’s why I was happy to find an article in The Dallas Morning News about an 86-feet-long, 130,000-pound Dreadnoughtus.

One of the largest land animals that ever lived, this dinosaur was still growing when it died, reports Kenneth Lacovara, a paleontologist at Drexel University in Philadelphia, who discovered the dinosaur’s bones in 2005.

At least, I’m not as big as a Dreadnoughtus. Even more important, I’m not extinct. I can lose those extra pounds.
–Joy

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