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Re: beast

Paul Sparks wrote: 

>Although this isn't strictly dino stuff I just had to pass this along. 
>will never again just disregard a flackey idea as nature is always more
>inventive than any thing that we could come up with.  In this month's
>issure of Discovery magizine (april p 14) there is a report of an 
>that just sez it all.Taking it from our side of the business, what 
would one
>(homo something-arather a few millions years from now) make of a 
>fossil. found in the antarctic region which had apparently been highly
>glaciated.  The fossil was unusual in the large incisor teeth and a 
>bone area in its forhead?  What sort of mammal would have been living 
>those conditions?
>One would never ever hit upon the truth as discovered by Aprile Pazzo a
>wildlife biologist who was studing penquins.  These things *pack* and 
>the snow and ice with their highly vascular head (with a 110T 
>under a penquin faster than he can get away and then they eat the 
>(except fot the beak, feet and feathers). Whe calls these things "hot 
>naked ice borers". Amagin boring through the ice with a high 
>head.  They live in the ice and seem to eat only penquins.

Sorry, but the joke is on you.  Aprile Pazzo is Italian for Crazy April, 
or April Fools!