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(Courier Mail)   A giant, slippery legend uncovered. But enough about Subby's penis   ( divider line
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2012-12-28 01:12:38 AM  
"a predator that grew up to 7m long and as thick as a telegraph pole."

Telegraph poles are still common in Australia?
2012-12-28 01:47:23 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: "a predator that grew up to 7m long and as thick as a telegraph pole."

Telegraph poles are still common in Australia?

We still have them in North America, but they got re-purposed.Now they are known as telephone poles, duh.

/plus one subby
2012-12-28 02:09:58 AM  
the 3000kg rhinoceros wombat

Yeah and they also found the 4000kg crocodile koala and the 10000kg platypus giraffe. Admit it, they're just trolling us.

/my army of evil will ride 3000kg rhinoceros wombats
2012-12-28 03:08:17 AM  
In the jungles of South America, about 58 million years ago, a giant snake, weighing more than a tonne and 14-m long stalked the Earth,.
Named Titanoboa, the colossal reptile found in Columbia in 2002 could swallow a crocodile whole without showing a bulge.
After the extinction of the dinosaurs, it was the largest apex predator on the surface of the planet for about 10 million years.

OK, I'll admit this is badass.
2012-12-28 09:08:50 AM  

HotWingAgenda: Named Titanoboa

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