Baby dinosaur finds new home in Netherlands

The baby dinosaurs of the Dutch have been found at a zoo in the Netherlands, after spending the last few years at a baby pitbull farm.

The young dinosaur was discovered by a visitor to the National Zoo of Utrecht last week, after the zoo’s staff took the baby dinosaur to a veterinarian for examination.

“We were not expecting a baby dinosaur here,” said zookeeper Soren van den Berg.

“But this is one of them.”

The baby dinosaur’s new home at the National Zoological Park in Utreich The team of four zookeepers spent hours searching the small backyard in the heart of Utterdorp, the city’s biggest area.

They came across the new dinosaur on Tuesday morning, and had the pleasure of seeing it for the first time in just over an hour.

They had initially planned to bring the baby back home to the zoo, but were told that the animal would be euthanised due to a tumour.

But when they went to check on the animal’s condition on Thursday morning, the team found it had grown back and was doing well.

“It is a very exciting moment for the baby,” van den Bergh said.

“The next thing you know it is on display at the zoo. “

“If it survives, it will be a great addition to our collection. “

“I’m very happy to see this little creature in its new home.” “

The researchers have named the baby in honor of the late zookeeping artist Joachim P. van der Kolk. “

I’m very happy to see this little creature in its new home.”

The researchers have named the baby in honor of the late zookeeping artist Joachim P. van der Kolk.

He created a series of images and paintings that show the relationships between dinosaurs and humans.

“There are two types of dinosaurs,” said van den Gerb.

“Paleo-dino-dinosaur and palaeo-saurid-delta.”

A palaeosaurid dinosaur.

The researchers hope that the new baby dinosaur can help to create a better understanding of the relationship between dinosaurs, humans and other animals.

The baby’s name means “little dinosaur” in Dutch.

“This is not the first baby to be found in the zoo,” said Van den Berg, who was joined by zookeeers for the find.

“Dinosaurs are very important to us.

They are part of our DNA.”

The team has created a video that shows the evolution of the baby.

“That’s the key to understanding this animal and its history,” he said.