Extinct Animals that Would Make Good Pets
The Top Ten
*Sighs* Great. Why is someone changing images of real Mesozoic animals to their fictional Jurassic Park/World counterparts? - DinoLover4242
Yay, accurate paleoart
Wait, why did the Velociraptor image came out as a monster/Jurassic Park creature and not as an image of a real Velociraptor? Velociraptors did NOT look like Jurassic Park/World raptors in real life. They did not have pronated hands, they had feathers all over their bodies, they were not big (being only turkey-sized), and were most likely only about as smart as foxes. Jurassic Park/World raptors would NOT make good pets, I was actually trying to post the real feathery turkey-sized Velociraptors, which would make good pets.
I want some of this!
But not the Jurassic Park one shown here (which didn't exist in real life)! Why did some person replaced the actual Velociraptor image with the outdated Jurassic Park one?
They will be great pets when they come back become farm animals to mix with chickens and more farm birds.
This would make a good pet - ElSherlock
Really? There's already Anurognathids, which were pterosaurs and would make good pets, on this list. Also, Big pterosaurs would NOT make good pets due to their large sizes and needing lots of food. - DinoLover4242
Seriously? Mammoths would NOT make good pets due to their large sizes and probably due to being aggressive, sure, dwarf elephants could have been aggressive once, but these are exceptions due to their small sizes, as said earlier. - DinoLover4242
This group of pterosaur would make good pets due to their small sizes and, if possible, tameable. - DinoLover4242
This fish would make a good aquarium pet due to its small size and having a similar lifestyle to modern day plecos and other similar fish. - DinoLover4242