Seeing a T-Rex Shoveling Snow is Good Medicine for the Winter Blues
Ever wonder how a T-Rex shovels snow? You're about to find out.
The Tyrannosaurus Rex was well adapted for a lot of things, but shoveling snow isn't one of them.
As you probably know and can see in the video, the dinosaur's front legs aren't very long so they can barely hold and shovel snow. Tossing snow once the shovel is full is almost an effort in futility. Perhaps sweeping the snow off the sidewalk with its tail might have been a better idea.
The T-Rex seems to enjoy what is likely more play than actual shoveling, but at least, he's giving it a good try.
Meantime, we get a good dose of laughter and as the saying goes, 'Laughter is the best medicine.'