Tuesday, February 23, 2010

The Onion

"Basically they scooted around by grabbing nearby vines with their mouths and pulling their bodies. Almost like a snake. What we used to think were legs were actually big flippers that flapped about in the air, driving them forward. Incredible."
From Paleontologists: 'We've Been Looking At Dinosaurs Upside Down' in today's Onion. Thanks to loyal reader Rebekah for pointing me in that direction!

And, just so you don't have to go through all of the trouble of typing "dinosaur" into the Onion's search engine:
Five-Year-Old Convinced Dinosaur Bones Are Buried In Backyard
New Triple-X Dinosaur Park Opens In Nevada
Stegosaurus Is My Second-Favorite Dinosaur
Video: Paleontologists Discover Skeleton Of Nature’s First Sexual Predator
Dinosaurs Sadly Extinct Before Invention Of Bazooka
Creationist Museum Acquires 5,000-Year-Old T. Rex Skeleton
Exxon Paleontologists Call For Increased U.S. Fossil Production
Report: Shopoholism May Have Killed The Shoposauruses

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