Before you wonder, yes, velociraptors had feathers. We’re not entirely sure exactly what these fierce predators looked like in life, having gone extinct millions of years ago, but thanks to Walking With Dinosaurs, we can have a pretty good idea. Surprisingly enough, recent discoveries suggest most dinosaurs were in fact quite “fluffy,” covered in long, stringy feathers, something like you might see on an emu, or some chicken breeds. Maybe not coincidentally, DNA research suggests that the Tyrannosaurus Rex’s closest living relative might just be that clucking hen on Old McDonald's farm. It’s certainly funny to think that we’ve actually domesticated dinosaurs, but in many ways, that’s exactly what we’ve done.
The dinosaur that stalked the Groupon offices in this video, though, is anything but domesticated, and gave several employees quite the fright as they exited the elevator.