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Offline Daneel

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Brachiolope spotted!
« on: August 20, 2012, 11:13:47 AM »
I've been on the hunt for years. Every time I heard a noise on the distance I wonder whether it was the brachiolope calling for me. When would I be afforded the privilege of seeing such a wonderful beast. Well, after all this time of fruitless searching I've found it. My first brachiolope spotting:





As you can see, there were two of them, clearly distinguishable by their skin tone. One was bright red while the other was light blue. Maybe they are two different varieties.

It's curious that while this is clearly a prehistoric dinosaur with antlers, these ones appear to have small spines in their vertebrae, could this be a previously undiscovered species of spinolope? I leave that to the scientists.

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Re: Brachiolope spotted!
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2012, 11:56:41 AM »
oh wow. those are WAY out of their regular range of habitat.
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