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Velociraptors: Enchanting Ladies of the Dinosaur World

Updated on May 19, 2019
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They Were Super Models

Hollywood is all about the young and the beautiful. So, who were the young and hot babes of the dinosaur age? Obviously, it was the Velociraptors. These clever, chic, and attractive dinosaurs obviously turned heads anytime they walked by. These abnormally attractive dinosaurs could have turned any T-Rex into a Velociraptor ogling nut. The Velociraptors had excellent figures as they were never obese and it is for sure that the other dinosaurs regarded them as being highly desirable and attractive. They were the "Marilyn Monroe" of the dinosaurs. They could be "catty" and one may have called another Velociraptor a "tramp" every now and then. But, in general these were some very intelligent and classy ladies.

The Velicoraptors were very clever as portrayed in the movie "Jurassic Park" and they were regarded as highly sophisticated and extremely attractive dinosaurs. If they were around today, these are the dinosaurs that would be on the cover of Vogue and cat walking down the runway as models at the latest fashion show. Velociraptors were known for their long legs, long necks, and enchanting eyes that would leave any male dinosaur captivated by the very look of the Velociraptor. They were carnivores which is sort of like following the Adkins diet. So, their figures were always slim and attractive. The Velicoraptors always kept their nails done too, which is why they were the super models of the dinosaur world. Truly the Velociraptors were majorly attractive dinosaurs.

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      Jim Henderson 

      45 hours ago from Hattiesburg, Mississippi

      Compared to the brontosaurus, I suppose they were sleek and agile! Never thought of them that way before. I’m sure they were captivating, right up to the moment they chased down the larger dinosaurs and devoured them! Some interesting thoughts and certainly and an unusual perspective!

      Could there be more material for maybe a sequel?

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