Don't laugh, this dinosaur can seriously kick your ass...
Discovered by British and US scientists, the Brontomerus mcintoshi which translates into "Thunder-thighs" due to its huge legs with powerful leg muscles. The scientists concluded that these limbs may have been used to kick love rivals or predators in Utah over 110 million years ago:
"It's possible that Brontomerus mcintoshi was more athletic than most other sauropods. It is well established that far from being swamp-bound hippo-like animals, sauropods preferred drier, upland areas; so perhaps Brontomerus lived in rough, hilly terrain and the powerful leg muscles were a sort of 'dinosaur four-wheel drive'."
Like a page from George R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones, here are two wildlings wannabe climbing the wall. 40 year old Tim Emmett and 38 year old Dawn Glanc climbed the 250 meter thick real life Sólheimajökull glacier, in Iceland, at sub-zero temperatures. No giants were with them. Read more