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Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Part 1: Dinosaurs of rock or Giant Child-Eating Dinosaur!

No, we did not go to a concert; just a gemological show. There is this guy that goes every year that has life size puppets of dinosaurs they are made out of foam. I am not sure if he makes them or if he purchases them either way the kids love it. The kids always have fun with that and chase him around. I thought this might be fun to post for all those kids out there who are in love with dinosaurs. When he is not using the puppets he has them on stands for you to see.

The white ones are more of a hand puppet although he does tie them to his legs and his hand goes inside of them.
The brown ones he has to be inside of. I know that sounds kind of weird. But there is a harness and he fits in the dinosaur between the back legs below the tummy.When he is inside them you almost don't notice him he wears all black so as to be more of a backdrop and not distract from the puppet.For some reason they all have these tags on their backsides. I have no idea why.You are not aloud to touch the dinosaurs unless the man is wearing it then it is ok the kids think this is fun they also like being eaten by the dinosaur.My daughters kept going back to take turns on being eaten. because they are made out of a real soft flexible foam this doesn't hurt a bit.These photos are of a display of real bones. I am glad nothing with teeth that big is alive today. I don't think it would be fun to be eaten in real life.

This first is a T-RexTusk of a Stegodon

4 comments:

  1. WOW! Really neat Sunshine. I've never seen anything like this before. I bet the kids just love it. Thanks for sharing all the neat photos.

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  2. I don't think I'd like to be eaten in real life, either! =) What a cool kind of puppet show, though!

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  3. What a great idea! It wasn't until you showed him inside it that I realized how big it is!

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  4. Wow! Those are really neat! I work for a museum and we saw your link on a website and I was wondering if you could tell me the name of the company that makes those or the name of the show where you saw them? Thanks!

    Kids@AkronFossils.com

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