So I was grocery shopping the other day and happened to pass the toy section. The toy sections in grocery stores are small but usually contain a variety of different things. A common theme for toys is, no surprise, dinosaurs. Most little kids had a dinosaur phase (some of us don't grow out of it). A puzzle designed for toddlers happened to catch my eye that day because it was of dinosaurs (shocker). It had four typical cartoon-style dinosaurs, with bright colors and each dinosaur was labelled. To my surprise they were actually correctly labelled!
The Apatosaurus was called an Apatosaurus, not Brontosaurus! The theropod I was almost sure would be labelled as Tyrannosaurus or worse, T-rex(gasp!) despite the three fingers but alas, it was labelled Allosaurus! Even the pterosaur, which is is 99.9% of the time mislabeled as Pterodactyl (an actual genus of animal but not usually what people picture) on toys like this was actually referred to as a pterosaur! The cartoon creature they have on the puzzle looks like its supposed to be Pteranodon, a kind of pterosaur, so they are safe. Good job, grocery store discount toddler puzzle! You have the Jersey Boy Hunts Dinosaurs stamp of approval!