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3 Awesome Internet Things to Show Your Kid Today

Every day the internet gifts us a weird, wonderful mix of videos, GIFs, and memes, the best of which offer funny, informative, horizon-expanding stuff to share with your kids. Problem is, it takes a while to wade through all the other nonsense to find them. And who has time for that? Not you. Here, then, is a daily batch of cool new internet stuff to share with your kids — and keep you in the viral-loop. Today’s finds include a new species of dinosaur, massive underwater landforms in Antartica, and what happens when you leave a camera in a bucket.

A Dinosaur Named Zuul

Danielle Dufault / Royal Ontario Museum

A commercial fossil company was digging in a quarry in Montana in hopes of finding tyrannosaur skeletons. Instead, they found a new species of ankylosaur — a species of dinosaur known for their armored shells and stone-like tail, the latter of which they actually use to swat tyrannosaurs in the shins. Even better, the new specimen was acquired by the Royal Ontario Museum and dubbed Zuul because it bears such a resemblance to the hell hound in Ghostbusters.

Thirty Kids Take On Two Pro Soccer Players

As members of the Liverpool FC, professional soccer players Philippe Coutinho and Gini Wijnaldum have faced their fair share of challenges. But yesterday the duo took on their toughest opponents yet: 30 u9 (under 9) soccer players from the club’s pre-Academy squad. The matchup, complete with play-by-play calling, turns out to be an exciting back and forth battle until the final whistle blows.

An Up Close And Personal Look At Farm Life

What happens when you leave a camera on at the bottom of a bucket of water? As one bored farmer found out, you’re presented with an up-close and personal look at the various flys and farm animals quenching their thirst. Watching the video, we now know what it might be like to receive butterfly kisses from a steer.

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