Monday, May 19, 2014

New Monsters Discovered (two)

A sea anemone captured some years ago was thought to be an existing species, but DNA studies have revealed it to be something utterly different. Its not a sea anemone at all, its a whole new species. Found in the deep sea, rising from the deep like a monster like, a 6 foot long tentacled thing.

"The discovery of this new order of Cnidaria a phylum that includes jellyfish, corals, sea anemones and their relatives is the equivalent to finding the first member of a group like primates or rodents," Estefana Rodrguez, an assistant curator in the American Museum of Natural History, said in a statement.
Live Science

In other news, in the highlands of Argentina, in Patagonia, archeologists have discovered the remains of the largest dinosaur ever found, they are calling it, I mean Titanosaur (that's really a lame name). It was over 100 tons in weight. That's pretty darn heavy.

A farmer found the bones, along with seven others and bunch of carnivore teeth, while farming his fields. This poor guy was digging a post hole and didn't have to dig out a simple rock, but kept on digging and digging and he gets bragging rights. "My rock was bigger than your rock it was Godz...err, titanosaur!"

This guy was lounging on the job and trying to hide behind, titonasaur's leg.

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