Snowboarding is an extreme sport that many people enjoy. It has been around for a while, and it will be around for a long time to come. There are many different types of snowboards on the market today, with some designed specifically for children and others built to withstand heavy use from adults. No matter what kind of board you choose, there’s one thing that all boards have in common: they’re not good for dinosaurs. Now I’m not going to lie; if dinosaurs were alive today then they would probably try snowboarding at least once or twice- because who wouldn’t want to see them get up on an icy surface and attempt something so daring? But after just one day on the slopes, these ancient creatures would be wiped out. The first problem with snowboarding for dinosaurs is that they’re not equipped to handle the cold. They don’t have fur coats, and they can only survive in temperatures of around 70 degrees Fahrenheit or higher; so if it’s below 50°F outside then there would be no way a T-Rex could maintain their body temperature without dying from hypothermia within minutes. And even if it was warm enough outside, these creatures are just too big to stay on top of any kind of board while wearing boots – because someone who weighs over 1500 pounds will always cause an unstable surface underneath them when walking (or trying to walk). Even though some people might think this sounds like a good idea at first, I guarantee you

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