This tea is as loud as the trumpet-like sound that the Parasaurolophus once sounded across the plains. This dinosaur was proposed to have had a webbing behind its bony crest, which would have been bright and colorful like the crest of a bird.
Parasaurolophus was first found in Alberta, Canada in 1920. Its head crest has been the source of controversy for decades; while most believe it to be a method for producing mating or alarm calls, there are theories about it being used for communication, thermal control, or as a visual symbol of sexual dominance and competition.
this blend is in a 'ship
Parasaurolophus walkeri has hooked up with Amargasaurus cazaui.
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