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Giant Dinosaur Attacks DC

Written by PETA | April 22, 2008

For reals. The thing is about 25 feet tall, all told, and he’s pretty tough to miss (I did a classic double take when I caught a glimpse of him peering through the window when they were setting up in our parking lot for a dry run last week). This big guy was outside the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services yesterday to remind U.S. government officials that testing on animals is about as progressive as the stone age. Yes, I know that dinos were extinct by the Stone Age, but I would hate to have to explain that to a 25-foot tyrannosaurus. He really does look pretty menacing.

For more info on the campaign that inspired these demonstrations, here’s a recent post about a Paleolithic government entity called ICCVAM, who have been making a royal mess of things for about a decade now.


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  • lynda downie says:

    I like it. Animal testing is a crude way to do science.

  • Carla says:

    I’m agreeing with you Mark!! I’ve often asked that myself WHY not put ect. ect. Even put on videos of the animals being skinned alive on Chinese fur farms at fur protests!? WHY NOT? It would most certainly add help to our cause!!

  • Carla says:

    Sooo TRUE!! Lets be realistic NOW!! I mean with all the technology thats available in TODAYS day and age why would they want to conduct torture on LIVE feeling beings? They only answer I have to that is SOULESS!!!

  • Elizabeth says:

    What a colorful fun idea to get federallymandated animal tests exposed as obsolete and wasteful. Maybe you should do some demonstrations with people dressed as cavemen to promote how archaic these tests are.

  • Mark says:

    Geat job that’s impossible to miss obviously. However I’m not even going to ask why isn’t on the posters. PETA must know the secret reason.