The Crockaplorosaurs Are Amongst Us!

From the Museum of Unnatural History, Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

A Crockaplorosaur: part bird and part crocodile? But mostly just a “crock and it stinketh!”

By the way, how did Sheboygan get it’s name?

A Chippawa Indian Chief had several boy sons but desperately so wanted a girl. But when his last child was born, a warrior asked him ‘What was it?’ as he sadly left the birth teepee!

He grunted, “She boy again!”

Truth is stranger than fiction!?


Looks a lot. ……

like my blog!

It’s National Reuse Art Day!

But what Nation are you talking about!?

13 Comments Add yours

  1. judybarbera says:

    Great science …

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    1. A Discovery Channel documentary is in the works!

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  2. 𝑹𝒐𝑩𝑰𝑵 🌋 says:

    Seriously— you live in Wisconsin?

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    1. 𝑹𝒐𝑩𝑰𝑵 🌋 says:

      I ask because at the same time as you started following me, somebody called ‘Anonymously Hal’ also followed me! You were right together in my list of followers. And I was surprised at the coincidence of names!

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      1. Halbarbera says:

        No! I live in South Florida!

        I like to use the name Sheboygan! A Native American name with an interesting history.

        A Chippewa Indian word meaning “passage or waterway between the lakes.”

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      2. Halbarbera says:

        See my comments below!


    2. Halbarbera says:

      Indian chief had seven boys but desperately wanted a girl.

      On his eight try a warrior asked the Chief ‘What was it?’

      He said, “She Boy Again!”

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      1. 𝑹𝒐𝑩𝑰𝑵 🌋 says:

        Hahahaha! 🤣

        Liked by 1 person

      2. Halbarbera says:

        Truth is stranger than fiction.


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      3. 𝑹𝒐𝑩𝑰𝑵 🌋 says:

        No, it is!! It truly is. Look at Trump lol. And many other fascinating things! 😄

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  3. Pretty sure there’s a polka song about this.

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