This is the song Be No Monkey, with dinosaur pictures.
From its YouTube text:
This is a great song I got off the Lego website, although I don’t know who made it. I’ve put it in a dinosaur slideshow for maximum coolness. All the pictures are done by Todd Marshall.
Dinosaurs (in order of appearance)
– Argentinosaurus and Giganotosaurus
– Maiasaura and Albertosaurus
– Megalosaurus and Othnielia
– Megaraptor and Iguanodontid
– Neovenator and Hypsilophodon
– Nigersaurus and Sarcosuchus
– Shunosaurus and Kaijangosaurus
– Spinosaurus and Bahariasaurus
– Therizinosaurus [about a recently discovered relative, see here]
– Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus
From the weblog of Martijn Guliker from the Netherlands:
On May 29th 2007, I, Martijn Guliker, traveled to Switzerland.
There, I will fulfill an old dream of mine: I will participate in the excavation of a 220 Million old Plateosaur (a kind of longnecked dinosaur).
And not just a dinosaur, no, an adult Plateosaur can reach a total length of up to 9 meters!
In about 6 to 8 weeks we will encounter a mass burial site of dinosaurs in Frick (a small village between Basel and Zürich) and take out a complete skeleton.
We plan to exhibit this skeleton at the National Museum of Natural History Naturalis in Leiden in about a year or so.
This weblog will show you what it takes to undertake such an endeavour, from start to finish. …
Fortunately, today, Saturday June 2nd, we could work normally again.
I didn’t exactly get a lot cleaner, but I could at least do what I came for here.
I told you all about the tibia didn’t I?
Well, today there were a lot more bones added to that superb find: ribs, vertebrae, a lot of fragmentary material, all from the same unfortunate Plateosaurus, that drowned in the mud hole 220 million years ago.
Video and blog post about dinosaur models in Amersfoort zoo in the Netherlands: here.
Behavioral and faunal implications of Early Cretaceous deinonychosaur trackways from China: here.