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Prehistoric rodent fossil discovered

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Saru

The pre-mammalian rodent-like creature is offering new insights in to how our distant ancestors lived.

An extremely well-preserved rodentlike fossil recently discovered in China provides some of the best evidence yet for how the earliest human ancestors lived.

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Lava_Lady

I bet they were as wily as the rodents today.

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rodentraiser

Er.............

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Skep B

seems larger than the typical rat.

a Rodent of unusual size, if you will.

I don't believe in them

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Lava_Lady

seems larger than the typical rat.

a Rodent of unusual size, if you will.

I don't believe in them

I have a pet rat the size of a football! lol :yes:

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Skep B

And if I ever came across it you'd see a large man scream like a little girl.

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Lava_Lady

And if I ever came across it you'd see a large man scream like a little girl.

Lol!

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cacoseraph

I bet they were as wily as the rodents today.

I think the fact you typed that pretty much proves it :)

seems larger than the typical rat.

a Rodent of unusual size, if you will.

I don't believe in them

NICE!

But, if you are ever in Tucson hit me up, you can visit my friend's capybara =P

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capybara

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Lava_Lady

I think the fact you typed that pretty much proves it :)

NICE!

But, if you are ever in Tucson hit me up, you can visit my friend's capybara =P

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capybara

Uncalled for insult by a total stranger... nice.

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cacoseraph

Uncalled for insult by a total stranger... nice.

I... think you didn't follow that one through all the way. If the predecessors of our species hadn't been quite as wily then our species probably wouldn't be here... yeah?

Unless you were talking about my response to Skep? In which case that was a heartfelt NICE to a Princess Bride ref followed up with a legit invitation to visit with the largest rodent species extant in the world today.

So clearly, I am just awful.

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Lava_Lady

I... think you didn't follow that one through all the way. If the predecessors of our species hadn't been quite as wily then our species probably wouldn't be here... yeah?

Unless you were talking about my response to Skep? In which case that was a heartfelt NICE to a Princess Bride ref followed up with a legit invitation to visit with the largest rodent species extant in the world today.

So clearly, I am just awful.

I don't really care.

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cacoseraph

I don't really care.

Obviously. But, I forgive you. ;)

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