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Let's Get Kraken! Giant prehistoric krakens may have sculpted self-portraits using ichthyosaur bones

 
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Let's Get Kraken! Giant prehistoric krakens may have sculpted self-portraits using ichthyosaur bones
For decades, paleontologists have puzzled over a fossil collection of nine Triassic icthyosaurs (Shonisaurus popularis) discovered in Nevada's Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park. Researchers initially thought that this strange grouping of 45-foot-long marine reptiles had either died en masse from a poisonous plankton bloom or had become stranded in shallow water.

But recent geological analysis of the fossil site indicates that the park was deep underwater when these shonisaurs swam the prehistoric seas. So why were their bones laid in such a bizarre pattern? A new theory suggests that a 100-foot-long cephalopod arranged these bones as a self-portrait after drowning the reptiles. And no, we're not talking about Cthulhu.


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[link to io9.com]

Intelligent "Reptilian" race? lol
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Re: Let's Get Kraken! Giant prehistoric krakens may have sculpted self-portraits using ichthyosaur bones
Another article on the topic:
[link to www.tgdaily.com]
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11/18/2011 10:57 PM

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Re: Let's Get Kraken! Giant prehistoric krakens may have sculpted self-portraits using ichthyosaur bones
Really, check it out. This could be evidence of "superior" intelligence in life forms other than primates.
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