Last week, I asked what is wrong with this picture:
There are quite a few completely absurd and/or highly unlikely scenarios going on here, such as patient triceratops, disaster velociraptor girl, baseball player T. Rex, abducted brontosaurus, dino highway, and weird double rainbow, for sure.
But the truly inaccurate part of this picture is the flower in the corner.
Angiosperms--flowering plants--were just starting to evolve during the Cretaceous period. They didn't truly take off until after the mass extinction event that wiped out the dinosaurs. In the context of this picture, that little flower is an abomination. An abomination, I tell you!
I'm not sad that dinosaurs didn't get to see roses, lilacs, or lilies, but I do pity them for missing out on the other great thing angiosperms offer: fruit. No brontosaurus ever tasted a kiwi. That is the definition of tragedy.