Iara is busy getting ready for her next adventure!
Having snacks while on the road is essential to a good trip.
Iara’s nest for the weekend has appropriate designs; it makes her happy.
Iara decided to visit some relatives in the Phoenix Zoo!
She finds a sunspot to relax in as she makes her way toward her relatives…
Iara encounters a Carnotaurus…who doesn’t seem too friendly…
…then she finds a prickly ankylosaur…
…and a preoccupied Coelophysis.
The Dilophosaurus seemed a bit dramatic, especially since it spewed water every few minutes!
Of course Iara had to take a picture of the Utahraptor…who seemed right at home in the desert.
The Diabloceratops seemed rather judgmental, by the way it looked down on her!
Then Iara realized why–she was a mother, protecting her nest!
Iara ran into several mothers…the next was a Citipati, protecting her beautiful blue-green eggs.
Then Iara found a mother Quetzalcoatlus, protecting her brood. She didn’t know pterosaurs kept their nests on the ground, too!
Iara then saw something rather large through the trees…who could this be?
It was a Tyrannosaurus rex! Iara loved her coloration.
Her baby was just as impressive, if not adorable!
Iara had lots of fun on her visit to Arizona’s Phoenix Zoo! She looks forward to sharing more adventures with you!
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