Can you guess what all this animal technology did on The Flintstones?

Birds, turtles and dinosaurs did a lot of work in Bedrock.

When you tell kids you grew up without a cellphone or the internet, they look at you like you're from the Stone Age.

But the Stone Age had some pretty impressive technology. Anyone who watches The Flintstones knows that. 

Bedrock had all the comforts of the modern age, thanks to some hard-working animals. See if you can tell what these animals are doing!

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  1. What is this turtle doing?
  2. What is this octopus doing?
  3. What is this monkey controlling?
  4. What is this bird?
  5. Why is Fred cranking this turtle's tail?
  6. What is this little dinosaur?
  7. What is this rabbit?
  8. What is this mammoth?
  9. What is this bird?
  10. What is Wilma doing?
  11. What is this bird?
  12. What is this turtle?

Can you guess what all this animal technology did on The Flintstones?

Your Result...

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DerekBird 1 month ago
You got 12 out of 12
You mowed right through that!
Epsdel 2 months ago
12/12 I'm surprised the pelican wasn't on here. Always reminds me my job isnt that bad.
BigE 13 months ago
12 out of 12, always love their gadgets.
Abi12 14 months ago
Just like last time, 10/12.
Willie 14 months ago
Love the flintstones. Seen almost all episodes, need to watch a little closer
luckylady6400 16 months ago
11 out of 12. Guess I watched a lot of Flintstones.
DerekBird 17 months ago
You got 12 out of 12
You mowed right through that!
MeAgain65 18 months ago
Missed #5 , Mowed right through It .
Runeshaper 18 months ago
You got 11 out of 12
You mowed right through that!

YABBA DABBA DOO!!! :)
gracie200 18 months ago
.....and here's some honorable mentions that were not on the list - Pelican = trash can, dino under the sink = garbage disposal, little bucktooth dino = can opener, & octopus = wash, rinse, & dry the dishes. did i forget anything?
RobCertSDSCascap gracie200 18 months ago
The dinosaur-powered elevators, Pterodactyl airplanes, and the monkey
inside the soft drink machine.
So many funny choices!
Also, one night after a very hard day, Fred tells his dinosaur
excavator "good night" and as Fred is out of range, his machine
says, "Good night, Fred!".
Dave gracie200 18 months ago
I remember a later "Flintstones" TV special, I think it was from the early '80s, and I always wondered how they would do this - Wilma popped some food in her microwave, and it was an electric eel inside that zapped the food!
Another special, from 1978, had one of them look at their electronic digital watch, and it displayed the time in Roman numerals.
Also, I remember the beginning of "The Flintstones Kids", from the '80s (which I didn't care for as much, but that's another story), had "Freddie" Flintstone pressing his TV remote button, and a tiny bird flies out of the end of the remote, over to the TV set and turns it on!
RobCertSDSCascap gracie200 17 months ago
Tonight's first episode-
Return Of Stoney Curtis- Fred's dino at work, Mildred,
says "goodnight, Fred".
DavidMagoon Dave 15 months ago
What's that about an ELECTRONIC DIGITAL watch on a Flintstones special?
Duskblaze 18 months ago
I grew up watching reruns of The Flintstones. I got all 12 right.
Todd 18 months ago
11/12 Missed the telegraph. Curse you red button!
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