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"Day 573 of the project: Let's just say there are many, many, many, many ants and leave it at that."
"You're right. We really don't know what the skin looked like."
"How did you become interested in nature?"
Natural History Museum: Tree
A small fish's unnatural protection against predatory birds.
An independent vendor at the Royal BC Museum, Fred made very little money.
Theory #243 on how fossils were made.
"Frankly, I don't see the resemblance."
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'These bugs ion your hair are simply delicious! where id you pick them up at?'
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Extinct Species Gallery of the Future?
"The public can watch paleontologists prep a T. rex skull."
"Of course, that's only about twelve million in dinosaur years."
'No, I didn't growl. Did you roar?'
"That's it honey!...Wiggle that slime trail."
"I just worry that it's affecting our work."
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In the Museum of Dinosores.
'Galinosaurus' 'Discovered by V.J. Galin
'Bless him! He has always had a fascination with nature.'
'...but since no fossils of dinosaur clothing have yet been found, what you see here is mostly speculation.'
"No doubt this is a huge set back for your extinction theory."
"The Englishman goes to the beach once a year to shed his skin."
Know Your Trees! The Douglas Fir.
'Don't tell me what Aristotle says. He still believes men have more teeth than women.'