Rare Animal Discovered

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Archaeologists,led by Professor I.R. Daffie, believe this is the body of a rare prehistoric Dinosaur of the Mesozoic (Jurassic) era, Tricerabottoms Rex, who roamed the mountains of Colorado four and one half million years ago. It had been previously believed to be long extinct, but this amazing find proves that it lived unnoticed in Madison County, New York as recently as this past winter of 2004/2005. It is presumed to have died of old age.

After examining these remains, Professor I. R. Daffie, PHD-HS of the top notch but little known Viny League College, Harvale, located in southern Colorado, said he was just a mite surprised. He had assumed all those Tricerabottoms were extinct, as were the better known Triceratops. But he said there WAS evidence that through mutations, at least one such animal could have continued to live on for thousands of years.

Some of the people of Biblical times (e.g. Noah, Methuselah and others) had genes allowing them to live hundreds of years longer than we do today.

Professor Daffie long contended that greater mutation activity took place in the era of dinosaurs than it does today. He is convinced that a "greatly extended-life-gene mutation" is the reason this particular animal lived these thousands of years. It is reasonable to assume the animal died of old age, those mutated genes having run their course.

The learned professor contends that this animal (in scientific circles called " Tri-Bot") roamed in vain all the around the country seeking a mate of the same species, to no avail, and died in the Town of Lincoln, Madison County, New York, with his goal unfulfilled.

Many other scientists from around the country traveled here to the Town of Lincoln in order to examine the remains and substantiate Professor Daffie's diagnosis. Unfortunately by the time they arrived on the scene, the bones had all been carried away by wild roaming dogs and coyotes.

Only the above photograph confirms the authenticity of the claim.

Charles E. Page Oneida, New York August 2005.

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