Full scale model of Titanoboa (recently discovered species Titanoboa cerrejonensis that lived 60 million years ago, during a 10-million-year period
immediately following the dinosaur extinction event. Even larger snake than the previous record holder, Gigantophis) revealed at Grand Central
Terminal on Thursday, March 22
Wonder how long it will stay there and if phobic commuters will complain or at least freak out?
edit on 25-3-2012 by BiggerPicture because: (no reason given)
edit on 4/9/2012 by dbates because: Caps lock title
When I saw the title I thought there was a giant snake that got loose lol.
But very cool, wish I could see it in person. Makes me think, how weird that there was giant animals back then that are so small today. Life had to be
so fluent and thriving throughout millions of years on this earth. If life could have lived here that long ago and change and evolve into animals we
see today why couldnt this be happening on another planet.
I'm bored with all the animals we have today, I want to see some dinosaurs or mutant aliens. Or giant snakes in NYC
That caught me off-guard! The model looks almost TOO lifelike.
Kind of makes me wish that these things still lived. But, knowing our type, we'd kill it in the name of science and keep them locked in cages.
Too bad, really.
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