To: KS Flyover
Oh... Is that
what this is about? That's not a man-made object. It's a formation left by the extinct species Alces Aquatica
. A. Aquatica
would engage in short migrations from one coastal feeding area to another. To mark their path, they would leave a trail of small stones behind them to follow back at the end of the season. Over the years, the A. Aquatica
trails could get quite high and the animals were no longer rquired to swim the entire distance.
Alces Aquatica should not be confused with its pelagic cousin, Alces Ceti.
posted on 10/21/2002 2:02:12 PM PDT
Wherever the hard working New World Camelid makes it's mark, the small eyed, bifid lipped pseudo-paleontologists of the Moose mafia soon decend like the pack of Buteo
they truly are.
"Back!", I say, and let the accreted droppings marking centuries, nay, aeons of the glorious beaked-vicuna's quest for Sri Lanka's tangy puna be seen for what it truly is! A submerged llavatory of the Gods!
Why, to this day, Tamil Tigers scavenging ex-Army blankets in the Palk straights (with grappling irons) still fear the cry: "Look out, there are llamas!"
posted on 10/22/2002 12:00:47 AM PDT
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