When Dinosaurs were Pets. 4000 B.C.

Creating Statuary has long been a pastime of many. Having Pets… also. Finds in the Civilisations of Yore back up this view. Most of the Time that is. A long lost Culture reappraised in the Modern gives… pause… for thought indeed. So called extinct Animals… along with their Pets… too. Join Shiro as he seeks and searches Our World Legends… to see what the Ancestors… saw.


Our Pets are special… to each of us.

Whether we have one… or a menagerie full.


Local Laws play their part in such processes.

Exotic Pets per se oft perused carefully re above.


So imagine…

…the Red Tape,..


…the Bureaucratic Bungles and more;..

When Dinosaurs were Pets.

4000 B.C.

… seems a good Year herein indeed…

…to chase Our Pets back in Time.


Back to Times of Yore.


A Legend. Herein. Survival.


Science is full of… Facts and Theories.

Sometimes they match Our World Legends.


When they do not… OOPARTS are created.

Data and Objects… out of sync with time.


Appears oft. as an explanation:..

…that the dating system somewhere, somewhen, somehow…

…out of whack.


In Our Legends… or the Sciences thereof etc etc.

Herein… another it seems indeed.




History and Herstory…

…of Statuary.


The Creation and making of Statuary began with Wood and Stone.


Many Cultures and Civilisations celebrated such Art.

Many of us… too.



Art Subjects of such Statuary are as varied as the Cultures and Traditions therein above.

Pets a common theme or feature.


Egyptian Cats.

The Gods Eagles and crows… their wings too.

Horses, bulls, cows, dogs and more.


In 4000 B.C.,.. add Dino’s to that list.


ACAMBARO… MEXICO. The Valley. photocredit/thanks:mexicoenfotos


The Lands of Mexico are of an Ancient Place.

Sacred Sites and those of Legend abound… around.


Acámbaro Valley is dry, arid… now.

The surrounding Highlands subject to long dessication and erosion.

The Valley Lake… gone… along with the End of the Ice Age.


‘Twas in Yore… An Ancient place.

Of Lake shore-front and Woodland surrounds.

It’s Peoples… long gone.

Archaeological remains… all that remain.


Acambaro Mapped. photocredit/thanks:weatherforecast


The Ancient Acts of Acámbaro.


In 1944 therein… an Ancient Burial Site was unearthed.

Containing some… 32,000 Artefacts and Objects.

Jade, Obsidian and Ceramics in the main.


German Archaeologist Waldemar Julsrud excavated the site.

Very near a prominent and famous Landmark;..

…Cerro del Toro. The Hill of the Bull.


The Radio Carbon Testing by Dr. Froelich Rainey in the Univ. of Pennsylvania Labs indicated some 6,000 Years of Aging.

Thermoluminescence Pottery Dating similar result.

Teeth found nearby deemed by Paleontologist Dr. George Gaylord Simson to be that of the Ice Age Horse.


Overall indications = 4000 B.C.

Some Time ago indeed it seems.

Some 6000 years of yore.


Statuary of ACAMBARO. photocredit/thanks:albertocanosablogspot


A Modern Toy… Stegosaurus.


More of… the Statuary of ACAMBARO. photocredit/thanks:otherworldmystery


Modern Dinosaur Representations. photocredit/thanks:frencsrebloghu


Pet Lovers… extraordinaire.


Prof. Charles H. Hapgood,.. of History and Anthropology;..

Univ. of New Hampshire took the time…

…some 18 years worth of time… to study the site.


One of his papers on the Subject…

Also… had this to say:

… These people had close relationships with animals. We see them petting their dogs, riding wild horses or llamas without saddle or bridle, embracing large monkeys or apes and having loving relationships with reptiles. It seems possible from some of the figurines that they actually domesticated reptiles, as well as anteaters and other mammals. They are shown in friendly relations,..

…identified with animals in a way that we do not.


Pet rapport indeed,..

…in deed and in fact… too.


(…Full Title of Prof. Hapgood Paper is as follows:..

…” Mystery in Acambaro: An Account of the Ceramic Collection of the late Waldemar Julsrud in Acambaro, G.T.O., Mexico. “…)


Statuary from ACAMBARO. photocredit/thanks:wikipedia


The collection of Statuary unearthed at Acámbero included many Ceramic Figurines.

Of Pets, Animals, Mammals, Reptiles…

…and Dinosaurs.


Of several Types.


More from the Statuary of ACAMBARO. photocredit/thanks:atlasobscura


Having Dino… over for Dinner…

and not… as Dinner…

…of either… as far as can be seen.


ACAMBARO Statuary figurines. photocredit/thanks:youtube


Whilst Science in silence may ponder their… pet Theories;..

…the reality of the Pet Statuary finds of Acámbaro,..

…leave lil’ room for doubting.


The Ancient Peoples of Mexico either had great imaginative and scientific Modern Minds,.. knowing well in advance what Dinosaurs looked like…

…or they saw what they say…

…and created in their Ceramica.



In 4000 B.C.

Acámbaro, Mexico.


Still some more Statuary of ACAMBARO. photocredit/thanks:crepanelmuroblogspot


Science Time-lines…

…ways too tight… also…

…these Legends seem to say indeed.


Did remnants of those we call Dinosaurs live on…

…a lil’ more than Science thinks.?.


Would indeed explain… many OOPARTS.?.

Many strange Creature sightings… too.


Many Legends… and questions… also.


Noted Science Writer Carl Sagan,.. in his book;..

The Dragons of Eden

forthrightly posed this very question:..


…Could there have been manlike Creatures who actually encountered Tyrannosaurus Rex?

Could there have been Dinosaurs that escaped the extinctions in the Late Cretaceous Period?..


Selection of Statuary of ACAMBARO. photocredit/thanks:creationsciencestudy


Letting the Statuary… speak.


Dinosaurs, Man, Woman… walked together.

For a short time it seems… we could seem to say.

Of Yore… long ago.


Memorialised in stone indeed,.. in deed and in fact… too.


In Mexico.

4,000 B.C.,.. or thereabouts.


An Ancient Place.

A place where Dinosaurs… became Our Pets.



So these Legends do say.




Walk on… and in…

… the footsteps of Giants indeed.


Our World Legends… too.


Walk on.




LEGENDS of GIANTS tend to put some Scientists on edge it seems. On the knife-edge of TRUTH… that is. Thus too in the SMITHSONIAN. Reburying the ARCHAEOLOGISTS Digs Evidence rather than state the obvious. We once had them here. For a lil’ time it seems indeed. Herein. Their AGENDA from their own Archives and more Gigantism… lie buried therein.


Till next…


4 thoughts on “When Dinosaurs were Pets. 4000 B.C.

    • Hi and thanks for visiting ourworldlegends.
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  1. Hello ,

    I saw your tweet about animals and thought I will check your website.
    I like it!

    I love pets. I have two beautiful thai cats called Tammy(female)
    and Yommo(male). Yommo is 1 year older than Tommy.
    He acts like a bigger brother for her. 🙂
    I have even created an Instagram account for them
    ( https://www.instagram.com/tayo_home/ )
    and probably soon they will have more followers than me (kinda funny).

    I have subscribed to your newsletter. 🙂

    Keep up the good work on your blog.


    • Hi and thanks for visiting ninpolegends.
      Appreciate the feedback and sentiments.
      Am glad you found the site of interest and
      enjoyed your visit.
      The site has taken some time to get to
      this level-Am glad you liked it and
      the RSS FEED take as well.
      Thanks too for the info about your cats.
      Will check out their acc. also and see
      what they get up to. Look a fine pair indeed.
      Feel free to return for more.
      New and ongoing updates.
      Chat again soon.
      Take care.
      Till next Shiro

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