… and even more on unicorn friends

Last time I told you about unicorns in the time of the dinosaurs. I also told you about unicorns friend and more on unicorn friends before. You should check those out before you read this!

This is a photo of a very special unicorn friend, a baby diplodocus named Dippie. Dippie lived many millions of years ago. And she was a unicorn friend. She always played with unicorns that felt lonely. She let them climb up her back and then let them slide down all the way to the end of her tail. And sometimes she even put her tail up to make it a little bit bouncy if the unicorns wanted it.

Those games were so much fun for Dippie and the unicorns!

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Kimie
    Sep 01, 2010 @ 07:08:57

    Dear Midnight Lightning,

    How cute! That really sounds like a fun play:-) Btw, do you think they also played with fukuiraptors? Fukuiraptors used to live in Japan and they were 4.2m tall!!! …maybe they were too big to play with Dippie and the unicorns…

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  2. Kimie
    Sep 01, 2010 @ 07:10:58

    Dear Midnight Lightning,

    I’m sorry….fukuiraptors weren’t 4.2m tall…they were 4.2m long…my mistake…

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  3. Emily
    Sep 01, 2010 @ 08:10:30

    Dear Midnight Lightning,

    Thank you! I’m learning so much about unicorns and their friends from your blog. Dippie looks quite cuddly! I’m looking forward to reading more in your next post.

    All the best,
    Emily.

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  4. UniLover
    Sep 04, 2010 @ 10:28:37

    Dear Midnight Lightning,
    Thank you ! Now I think we know many thing about unicorn friends , From prehistory till now.
    Best,
    UniLover

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  5. Loy
    Sep 06, 2010 @ 11:54:26

    Dear Midnight Lightning,

    I should introduce you to my paeleontologist friend who is crazy about diplodocus. Patagoniaraptor (my friend’s name :o)) knows a lot about dinosaurs and perhaps you and him can talk about how they lived with unicorns.
    Another great blog.
    Loy

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