Top 10 Disney Dinosaurs

November 22, 2017

10) Arlo


Arlo is the titular character in Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur.  He is a protagonist and can’t seem to get past his fear of everything.

9) Rex 


Rex from Toy Story has fear issues.  Adventure highlights include beating the Buzz Lightyear video game,  storming Al’s toy barn, and escaping an elevator.

8) Earl Sinclair



Earl Sinclair is a badass.  His wife is ugly and his kid is a shit.

7) Aladar


Aladar is the savior of his species.  He was guarded by monkeys.

6) Lucky the dinosaur


Lucky the dinosaur is a robot.  He wanders around Dinoland creeping out newbs.

5) Big Shit


Big shit is the prominent dinosaur in Disney’s extinct Universe of Energy.

4) Fuzzy


Fuzzy is the cordialest mammal in the T-Rex.  Fuckin’ suck eggs.

3) Velociraptor

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Velociraptor belongs to professor Woodson.  Also known to wander Dinoland creeping out guests.

2) Sue


Sue is the most complete T-Rex skeleton ever found.

1) Sunglass Shack Dinosaur


This is the Sunglass Shack dinosaur, he chills out all day standing on Paradise Pier, at least he did until they removed him.


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