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a dire wolf skeleton

one of the hundreds of the stupid animals that jumped into the pit
Day-185

February 26th 2008
Obfuscator writes: After a quick breakfast and discussion with RG about what to see in L.A. for the day, and more about Landslide!, we set off for the big city. Ok, well, we were already in the big city, but we set off for other specific things. Namely, we set off for the LaBrea Tar Pits. The last time we were in L.A., we were pretty sure we had missed them, and presumably they would have some ... read more
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4th September 2011

Is it really necessary to call it a stupid animal? It's not like it jumped into the pit on purpose, maybe it was chased in, fell in, or knew it was going to die and wanted to preserve its body for scientific study.. Nice preservation, though.

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