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  1. about 2 hours ago on FoxTrot

    Actually, the only Mesozoic marine creature known to have reached that size was the ichthyosaur Shonisaurus .

  2. about 16 hours ago on FoxTrot Classics

    In the second panel, the flight attendant should have said, “I’m afraid your imagination has deceived you”.

  3. 1 day ago on FoxTrot

    Roger (showing Jason a large package from Costclub) : Check it out, son…a life-sized inflatable Liopleurodon ! You like it?

    Jason: Sure do! Thanks, Dad!

  4. 4 days ago on Garfield

    This implies that Garfield’s mass is roughly 850 pounds. I don’t think that that’s what the chart actually says; it’s just one of Jon’s put-downs.

  5. 5 days ago on FoxTrot

    Also, when did she ever serve steak?

  6. 8 days ago on FoxTrot

    The sizes of prehistoric and present-day animals shouldn’t have to be exaggerated in order to seem more impressive.

    The neck of Liopleurodon ferox was about 3½ feet long. This means that the entire animal must have been about 23 feet long, including its 5¼-foot head, and 3½ feet high from its back to its underside.

    See “A truly gigantic pliosaur (Reptilia, Sauropterygia) from the Kimmeridge Clay Formation (Upper Jurassic, Kimmeridgian) of England” by David M. Martill, Megan L. Jacobs, and Roy E. Smith, from Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association , vol. 134, no. 33, Jun. 2023, pages 361-373.

  7. 9 days ago on FoxTrot

    My guess is that this was one of Roger’s “random impulse” purchases at Costclub, before he bought the Halloween candy (this strip is featured on 10/21-26/2002). It’s a shame that this isn’t a recurring theme in FoxTrot . Other good choices for life-sized inflatable prehistoric aquatic creatures would be:

    1. Anomalocaris

    2. Endoceras

    3. Jaekelopterus

    4. Dunkleosteus

    5. Prionosuchus

    6. Cymbospondylus

    7. Shonisaurus

    8. Nothosaurus

    9. Placodus

    10. Tanystropheus

    11. Plesiosuchus

    12. Leedsichthys

    13. Temnodontosaurus

    14. Stomatosuchus

    15. Sarcosuchus

    16. Spinosaurus

    17. Elasmosaurus

    18. Tylosaurus

    19. Archelon

    20. Hesperornis

    21. Xiphactinus

    22. Parapuzosia

    23. Basilosaurus

    24. Livyatan

    25. Otodus megalodon

    26. Stupendemys

  8. 10 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Calvin is visualizing himself as the pterosaur Pterodactylus and Miss Wormwood as the plesiosaur Cryptoclidus . I’m surprised that he doesn’t visualize himself as the pterosaur Pteranodon and her as the mosasaur Tylosaurus .

  9. 12 days ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    Actually, Mamenchisaurus had 19 cervical vertebrae (neck bones). Giraffes, like humans, have 7.

  10. 14 days ago on Garfield

    Actually, Jon does have a gray top hat. It was shown in his bedroom on Oct. 2, 1988.