40 hours of set-up for one minute of sweet earth history action.(buzzfeed)
I would never have the patience to set this up!YouTube
Also known as domino-saurs.
This took 38.5 hours of setup time, over about 2 weeks.This project contains several smaller projects that I have wanted to do for a long time...the earth being hit and spreading out (since I did this with flags), the eggs revealing something behind them, a fossil/skeleton and a domino-saur!
Please help me share this video if you liked it, thanks!History lesson regarding what the earth looked like at the end of the cretaceous period 65 million years ago (which was not Pangaea):http://paleobiology.si.edu/blastpast/
Music:Kevin Macleod - Prelude and Action (main sequence), and Future Gladiator (extras)