The Aforementioned Penguinologists December 17th 2018 “I find the greatest thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as is which direction we are moving. To reach the port of heaven, we must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it, but we must sail, and not drift, nor lie at anchor”! - Oliver Wendell Holmes
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I've lately been wandering the bush behind our home and finding wasps, spiders, bees...even a hornet killing a giant spider and dragging it to its lair. The myriad of creatures that inhabit our planet is awesome and so many one may see heaps of times or only see once. Your creature may be a throwback from eons past or one that simply fell exhausted and could not last. If you find out what it is please let me know. It is intriguing. It is not an insect such as a cockroach as yours has 8 or ten legs and is segmented. It also does not appear to have wings so it presumably was not flying over the ice looking for repast Mmmm. A rare find maybe!
Theresa and Dave
It is currently known only as 'Creature'. A few of us are still trying to find out its true identity. Some contemporary of the trilobite perhaps?