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(Live Science)   Scientists discover tapeworm eggs in 270-million-year-old shark poop, STILL ALIVE   ( livescience.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Still Alive, fool's golds, thin-slicing, sharks, vertebrates, early history, fossils, inner wall  
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7463 clicks; posted to Geek » on 31 Jan 2013 at 3:30 PM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-01-31 03:34:59 PM  
3 votes:
Still alive?  That's a joke.  Ha ha.  Fat chance
2013-01-31 02:00:20 PM  
3 votes:
That "worm-riddled fossilized dung"...JUST HAPPENS TO BE MY WIFE!
2013-01-31 03:41:37 PM  
2 votes:
Even if the worms were still alive, they would still be the second oldest living creature.
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/And still champion!
2013-01-31 01:44:18 PM  
2 votes:
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//South Bronx Paradise, Baby!!
2013-01-31 06:54:53 PM  
1 vote:
Know who's waiting?

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/hot as an egg salad sandwich from a bus station
2013-01-31 04:49:25 PM  
1 vote:
2013-01-31 03:42:51 PM  
1 vote:
Huge success.

\already too late
2013-01-31 03:08:52 PM  
1 vote:
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Hmmm, they seem harmless enough. Let me take a closer look ....

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2013-01-31 02:03:59 PM  
1 vote:
Of course the scientists were STILL ALIVE.  Dead scientists make for poor interviews.
2013-01-31 01:46:18 PM  
1 vote:
Uh... I don't think they're still alive, subby

/but it got you a green, so there's that
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