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Another living fossil found

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  • Cerebrum123
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    Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
    Bacon isn't living except when it is still on the hoof and not yet made into bacon. But as to fossilized bacon...




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    Think this but to the point of fossilizing.

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  • rogue06
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    Living fossil bacon?
    Bacon isn't living except when it is still on the hoof and not yet made into bacon. But as to fossilized bacon...




    Last edited by rogue06; 04-01-2015, 06:26 PM.

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  • Cerebrum123
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    Aren't all threads eventually about me?


    Oh, wait. They're about bacon. Never mind.
    Living fossil bacon?

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  • rogue06
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    I thought this thread would be about Rogue06...
    Aren't all threads eventually about me?


    Oh, wait. They're about bacon. Never mind.

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  • Bill the Cat
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  • Roy
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    Another living fossil found

    From here:
    Scientists working along the equatorial coasts of the Sargasso Sea have discovered fossils of Vacanti mice that are indistinguishable from modern specimens in Massachusetts. The fossil mice are found in strata from the Nevocene era, laid down between 55 and 50 million years ago. Dr David Dents of the Ivanhoe Foundation thinks these mice remained morphologically unchanged for so long because their environment was sterile and lacked large predators, and because their breeding was restricted due to their lifestyle involving the isolation of individual animals.
    Roy

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