Last week kicked off the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, and
as we all know
Canada has some really fantastic dinosaur deposits. In fact, one of my favorite dinosaurs, the tyrannosaur
, hails from the province right next door to the one in which this year's Olympics are being held. Maybe it is a bit of a stretch, but I can't help but wonder which Olympic event
might excel at if it could compete.
I don't imagine that curling or luge would allow
to make the best of its talents, and the biathalon might be dangerous since the other competitors would be packing heat, but if the dinosaur could pull it off I think
could deliver one of the most fantastic figure skating routines ever seen. The stride of
might give it an edge in the cross-country skiing event, too, although judges would have to make sure none of the other competitors mysteriously disappear.