Are you a dino-pro like the Flintstones?

Yabba-dabba-do you know your dino trivia?

OK, full disclosure – the Flintstones may have taken a few historic liberties when it comes to living alongside dinosaurs. The Stone Age began somewhere between 3.3 and 3.4 million years ago, after the age of the dinosaurs had come and gone. By the time Fred and Wilma would have arrived on the planet, the world we be home to some of the first iterations of mammals and animals that we know today. For example, the wooly mammoth would have been rampant across northern Asia, parts of Europe and the northern parts of North America. 

Still, it's much more fun to imagine that the local stegosaurus could be relied on as a trusty fire engine, or that a pterodactyl could be used as a can opener. In the spirit of the fun, we've compiled some dinosaur trivia for you to show off those science skills. Are you a dino-pro like the Flintstones? Put your smarts to the test!

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  1. What is the name of this three-horned dinosaur?
  2. True or False: All animals alive during this time were considered dinosaurs.
  3. This dinosaur's name literally means "speedy thief". With these hands for grabbing and strong back legs for running, it's well named! What is it called?
  4. This long-necked dinosaur is often mentioned in the Flintstones, either at the quarry as a crane or at dinner as a steak! What is the name of this dinosaur?
  5. This dinosaur is easy to recognize by the plates that stick straight up out of its back. Do you know what it's called?
  6. True or False: the word "dinosaur" means "terrible lizard."
  7. If a dinosaur is considered an "herbivore", it eats...?
  8. Do you know this armored dinosaur's name? Here's a hint: you may want to watch your ankles around this dino, since he has a distinct club tail that could hurt!
  9. With a brain twice the size of his fellow dinosaurs, teeth the size of bananas, an average height of about 6 meters and a terrible temper, it's no wonder this dino is call the "Tyrant Lizard King." What's its real name?
  10. True or False: There are currently 13 states (including the District of Columbia) in the United States that have a state dinosaur.
  11. BONUS QUESTION: What kind of dinosaur is Dino?

Are you a dino-pro like the Flintstones?

Your Result...

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janet0312 25 months ago
I don't know whether to be happy I answered all of these correctly or worried that I would know them all.
MrDbutler69 27 months ago
11/11. I love dinosaurs, so they were all easy, except for the last two, which I had to guess at.
Kim 27 months ago
10/11 Missed #10 (...guess I know my dinosaurs better than my states).
Melissa 27 months ago
hello I don't know my dinosaurs.. but watched the Flintstones since I was little.Mattel toys made a Pebbles doll
Micca 27 months ago
Got 9 out of 11. I Collect those flintstone 1963 jelly glasses....
RobCertSDSCascap 27 months ago
How did you get this in color? Most ABC era ads are B&W on YouTube, even though they were color animated!
Just lucky, I guess!
Barry22 27 months ago
11/11, and thankfully no Barney questions.
idkwut2use 27 months ago
Got 'em all...I'm a dino-genius. Thanks, 3D Dinosaur Adventure (and The Land Before Time, etc. :D)
MrsPhilHarris 27 months ago
10/11 Don't even know how I missed number 8.
VaughnBaskin 27 months ago
RobCertSDSCascap 27 months ago
10/11. Yay!
Moody RobCertSDSCascap 27 months ago
And they cut it into triangles.
RobCertSDSCascap Moody 27 months ago
That's how the pizza slices!
John's Pizza! My favorite!
Would love to see it or at least Excalibur pizza again!
DouglasMorris 27 months ago
6/11! missed numbers 2,3,7,8 and 10.
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