Acid Rain good?

March 18, 2008 at 10:55 am 3 comments

Mummy of big-bottomed dinosaur found

The mummified remains of a huge crested duck-billed dinosaur – the Hadrosaur – have recently been discovered, preserved by a series of freak occurences: acidic waterlogged sediments formed around the fallen beast triggering a rapid deposit of minerals and trapping organic molecules before they decayed.
The creature which lived (and died) 67 million years ago may well shake scientists’ conception of how dinosaurs looked and moved, because the herbivore was longer and had more stripes – and a bigger bottom – than previously realised.
“Big Bum” is about 25 percent larger than previously thought and changes in the size of its scales imply that it may have had an almost striped camouflage pattern rather like a tapir today.
More widely spaced vertebrae than assumed suggest the beast was around one yard longer than traditional 25-30 ft estimates.
So, acid rain – good or bad? Just think, all those taxis rattling around  without exhausts in Liverpool may well be accidentally helping to preserve remains of the human race while destroying the ecosystem!

“No, no, be honest – does my bum REALLY look big to you?”

Entry filed under: Humour/Funny Pics.

Bit of a bore Acting Up

3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. seftontaxis  |  March 25, 2008 at 1:42 am

    Are they sure it was a dinosaur,it could have been my mate stretch’s mrs.she has got a very large arse lol.

  • 2. byronbring  |  March 25, 2008 at 8:09 am

    Lol, well we are descended from dinosaurs, aren’t we?

  • 3. Adeline Marhefka  |  January 9, 2013 at 7:04 am

    acid rain can also do so much damage to your roof and shingles if you do not protect them.;

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