And this let people settle down and have families! And gave them free time to do artistic stuff! Like sculpture and pottery! And make things like words and letters!
Y’know, instead of following those darn aurochs around.
Say what you will about the Paleolithic man (or the caveman, as he is known) – all forms of art started with them and their cave paintings. And they’re a heck of a lot better looking than my worms!
And a new ice cream cone. But some things in life are hardly that simple. As I come to understand that the only people who really understand depression have gone through it already, I simply offer this to anyone who knows someone suffering: cry with them. You don’t have to understand to simply be there.
You can’t tell me you didn’t do this in Skyrim at least once. Preferably from a very high place.
I had no idea how large pteranodons were: the largest wingspan ever found was a little over twenty feet long. While probably not strong enough to carry a human passenger (at least not a full-grown man), pteranodons are amazing in design. The diversity of life on the earth through the eons is staggering.
I’m loving ARK: Survival Evolved (more like Childhood Sandbox Evolved). While I am certainly a wuss for playing single-player, it’s a fascinating experience to be the only man on an island full of dinosaurs… and then taming and naming them. My pteranodon is named Steve!
Also, interesting that pteranodons, while reptiles, are not dinosaurs. But they’re always included with them. Because they’re awesome.