SEATTLE, June 17 (UPI) -- The transportation departments in Seattle and Washington state had some Jurassic World-flavored fun on Twitter with pictures of road hazard dinosaurs.
The exchange began Tuesday with a tweet from @wsdot_traffic, the Washington state Department of Transportation's official Seattle-area traffic account, reporting a lack of prehistoric creatures on the roads.
"No dinosaurs on the roads this afternoon... and I don't want to see any. But I do really want to see #JurassicWorld," the tweet read.
The tweet received a reply from @seattledot, the Twitter account of the Seattle Department of Transportation.
"Might want to check your cameras again WSDOT, I think you're missing something," read the tweet, which was accompanied by a doctored photo of a Jurassic Park-style velociraptor standing in a busy roadway.
The state Department of Transportation's main account, @wsdot, replied with a picture of a tyrannosaurus rex strapped to a flatbed truck with the hashtag, "#enddinosaurcruelty."
The @seattledot account ended the exchange with a promise to investigate.
"That load is not properly secured. We are sending our Commercial Vehicle Enforcement/ Dinosaur Tamers to the scene," the tweet read.