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Last year, (almost) everyone's favorite movie of all time, Frozen stole the hearts of audiences world-wide. I mean, who couldn't like that movie? Even a lot of guys like me like it. It's very different from your typical Disney movie with princesses in it. And the romance is much more realistic (I mean, pretty much all the other Disney princess movies have the princess and prince charming fall in love on sight and then they get married and live happily ever after. That is NOT how romance works, last I checked!). Well, fans of Frozen can be excited about the sequel coming in theaters on March 13 with the movie Cinderella called Frozen Fever. Here is the trailer:
Can't wait! Maybe we'll hear Let It Go! again?
In other news, according to Jurassicworld.org, not only is the post-production of Jurassic World in full swing (it better be, since the film releases June 12!), but a little work is even being done on Jurassic World's sequel! You read that right! They're already planning the sequel! They won't focus primarily on this project till after Jurassic World is released of course, but it is expected to come into theaters in 2018. It's
Topic of the Week by Christian Ryan
|This platypus is undoubtedly the weirdest among God's creation!|
Like the echidna, the semi-aquatic, egg-laying mammal Ornithorhynchus anatinus makes its home in Australia's lakes, streams, ponds and rivers, specifically in eastern part of the continent, and in Tasmania, an island just south of Australia. They grow 15 inches from bill-to-tail (five inches of this being the tail) and can weigh about three pounds. This mammal is covered in dark brown fur on the top side, but have lighter colored fur on the underside.
|The Ornithorhynchus anatinus makes its home in Australia's lakes, streams, ponds and rivers.|
|When a specimen was brought to England in 1799, people actually thought it was a clever hoax.|
|This is the skull of Obdurodon, the giant extinct platypus.|
|Steropodon is a pre-Flood extinct platypus that lived in Cretaceous Australia.|
|The flat bill is clearly seen in this skeleton of a platypus.|
|Platypus are able to pick up the electrical fields given off by their prey; this way, it is able to locate its next meal without seeing, smelling or hearing it.|
|During most of the day, platypus usually rest in burrows until nightfall.|
|Male platypus have a spur that injects venom into potential predators.|
|Did you know that the platypus can produce a low growling noise to vocalize...kind of like Perry the platypus!|
|On Day 6, God created the weirdest mammal ever: the platypus!|
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