Paleontologists in Colorado have found scratch patterns left by dinosaurs that appear to be nest-building maneuvers, but because no evidence of nesting was found at the site, scientists hypothesize these marks were in fact part of the males’ mating ritual to entice females to build nests with them. What do you think?

“This completely changes how I picture dinosaur sex.”

Damian Nix • Water Marketer


“If only we’d learned this in time for Jurassic World to include a climactic dirt-scratching scene!”

Rick Swanson • Gaffer

“Weird. Trilobites always seemed more like the settling-down type to me.”

Cora Schiff • Prayer Copywriter

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