Trilobite bytes

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Chops
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Trilobite bytes

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Perhaps you have heard of the slogan, "Take a bite out of crime," well, this is the Loch Ness Monster taking a bite out of Mick Aston, when he had hair. Carenza wisely flew the coop. Seen in "Jurassic Snacks."
Nessie rocks!
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Very nice Chops. I think those are the things we were told were extinct, and then fairly recently some were discovered alive and swimming?
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Lots of things get rediscovered but Trilobites are most definitely dead and gone, about 250 million years ago in fact.

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Mountain wrote:Very nice Chops. I think those are the things we were told were extinct, and then fairly recently some were discovered alive and swimming?
"Three-eyed marine predator's brain preserved in 500-million-year-old fossils" with new ones being delivered to your door every day!

Once we solve the problem of underwater third-rail modeling, a whole new world of scenic effects opens up!
Cheers, Chris
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