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Cockroach reappears after 49 million years

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Ectobius has a long fossil history in Europe, occurring in Baltic amber that is about 44 million years old, and its lineage was believed to have been exclusively from the Old World. However, a shocking new discovery has uprooted that view. In fact, it now appears that Ectobius may have originated in the New World.

http://phys.org/news...ears-north.html

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The IRS have demanded to know exactly how Ectobius supported himself during these missing years. :(

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The IRS have demanded to know exactly how Ectobius supported himself during these missing years. :(

He's a cockroach, durr he was in politics.

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LOL Stealing funds and resources..

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He's a cockroach, durr he was in politics.

LOL Stealing funds and resources..

Ahhhh, feel the contempt, lol!

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"Cockroach reappears after 49 million years"? I knew they were tough, but not that tough.

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They didn't really disappear, they just scattered when someone turned the light on.

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they missed the ren·dez·vous with the mothership 48 million years ago ~

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