Triceratops Corn Cob Holder
Corn on the Tricera-Cob!
We’re always looking for ways to get children (and some adults) excited about their vegetables…
Admittedly this is harder than it should be. This Triceratops is split down the middle to form two corn-forks, chomping down on a corn cob.
Evidence suggests that the ancestor of corn was domesticated by the indigenous people of southern Mexico more than 10 000 years ago, but Triceratops went extinct somewhere around 66 million years ago. Alas we can never be sure what they would have thought of this popular grain.
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