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Titanoboa - thirteen metres, one tonne, largest snake ever. 'Titanic' boa fossils provide clues to past tropical climate.
posted by homunculus (7 comments total)

This post was deleted for the following reason: [note to self: think up pun relating somehow to snakes and the concept of doubleness] -- cortex

posted by orme at 2:38 PM on February 4, 2009

*rubs eyes*

I'm seein' double! Four posts about Titanoboa!?
posted by Atom Eyes at 2:43 PM on February 4, 2009

These snakes are getting bigger by the minute. Pretty awesome though.
posted by Elmore at 2:47 PM on February 4, 2009

Yeah. Seriously? It was posted like 5 below this.
posted by Lacking Subtlety at 2:49 PM on February 4, 2009

Yeah, but in this one the paleontologists presented their findings in the subway at rush hour.
posted by stet at 2:51 PM on February 4, 2009 [1 favorite]

So the snake is four posts long? Crazy!
posted by Rinku at 2:53 PM on February 4, 2009

Scientists puzzled. "Doesn't anyone read the front page?"
posted by DU at 3:01 PM on February 4, 2009

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