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Power Rangers need to save the day from evil. Choose from different Power Rangers. Are you able to complete all levels? Have Fun!
Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun, and do you also enjoy to play a fun internet browser game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Power Rangers Dino Thunder game online right now. Am I correct? ;)
Arrow keys to move. Spacebar to jump. CTRL to Change ranger. X key for special move.
According to WikiPedia there are many fun facts to learn about the Power Rangers. A Power Ranger is a human or humanoid warrior who morphs from a natural, unpowered form (often using a device called a Morpher) into a superhuman form clad in a full-body costume (irreverently called spandex on more than one occasion but actually an unknown composition were used), as well as a helmet with an opaque/one way visor, which in many cases serves to protect his or her identity from the public. Red and Blue are the only two colors to appear in every season so far. Red is always a hero with a burning sense of justice and usually the leader and the driving force of their respective teams. Blue Rangers are almost always male, though five of them have been female. Four of the five female Blue Rangers wear a lighter shade of blue than their male counterparts, the exception being Blue Dolphin of the Liveman. The Power Rangers have many Sentai Villains and Mecha which they have to deal with. There have been made many online games based of this series.
Watching and listening to a thunderstorm can be exciting, but you wouldn't want to be out in it. All thunderstorms make lightning and lightning is dangerous. According to Science Kids there are many fun thunder facts for kids to learn. If you can hear thunder, lightning is nearby. When lightning strikes it makes a hole in the air called a channel. After the lightning is gone, the hole collapses. The sound you hear when the hole collapses is thunder. You can hear thunder up to 15 miles away. You can see lightning up to 100 miles away. When you hear thunder, start counting until you see lightning. Now divide the number of seconds between the thunder and lightning by 5. That's how many miles away the storm is. Say, for example, you counted 10 seconds between the thunder and lightning. 10 divided by 5 equals 2. The storm is two miles away.