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T-Rex Soft Tissue

  • Vulcanic
  • uploaded: Apr 20, 2009
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  • Lolwtf#

    Lolwtf November 6, 2009 12:04:36 PM CET

    70 million year old, oldest found T-Rex they said. Something doesn't seem right here. Especially the fact that it was found in a desert. Some bones don't even last that long so how can a "tissue" with relatively less "strength" be found in a desert climate? Truth is in my opinion it can't be. Take for instance the Wooly Mammoth found in Siberia. They were able to get the tissue's, hair follicles, and more since it was preserved in a cold environment. If for say the Wooly Mammoth was found where they found the T-Rex none of this would be there, only the bones. I think this might be some type of geological bullshit. And how did the cells survive that long inside the bone? What were they feeding off of?

  • Ghost32#

    Ghost32 April 20, 2009 11:17:27 PM CEST

    Hey thats Ronald Reagans son, nice one ...

  • Ghost32#

    Ghost32 April 20, 2009 11:14:50 PM CEST

    Hey thats Ronald Reagans son, nice one ...

  • Johnsmith#

    Johnsmith April 20, 2009 10:30:21 PM CEST

    Really cool!

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