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09/23/2006 10:15 AM ID: 57148 Permalink   

Pregnant Fossils Found Under Ping Pong Table


Fossils collected in The Northwest Territories 25 years ago were stashed in a box under a ping pong table, only to be rediscovered a few years ago during renovations, and found to be 100 million year-old icthyosaurs, one pregnant with two embryos.

Univ. of Alberta Professor of Paleontology Michael Caldwell said “It was pretty amazing to realize this valuable discovery had sat under a ping pong table for 25 years. But I suppose that after 100 millions of years in the dirt, it's all relative."

The discovery bridges an important gap in the fossil record, succeeding previous finds by 80 million years. The unique specimens were given their own genus and species classification, Maiaspondylus lindoei.

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Under the ping pong table.. covered in "dust" ha ha ha ha ha ha.. !!! that is just hilarious !!!
  by: majikimaje     09/23/2006 01:40 PM     
  Maybe the classfication should have been...  
Maiaspondylus pingpongei
  by: Mister crank     09/24/2006 03:00 AM     
  After reading the title  
I’m just glad this article wasn’t about me.
  by: Valkyrie123     10/04/2006 04:52 PM     
  Your Still Young..!!  
Get used to it!!

Don't ever grow up!!

You will be much happier if you remain a "child" at heart!!

..."for of such.. is the kingdom of heaven"!!

Oh for THAT DAY!!
  by: majikimaje     10/14/2006 10:40 AM     
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