Davymid Discovers New Dinosaur Remains

Submitted by: davymid 6 years ago in Science

He named it the Cockasaurus.
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Male 2,506
i-a-b has lied to me... RAGEEE
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Male 12,138
[quote]So davy, you actually found this fossil? And this was a legit discovery? And you did something meaningful? [/quote]
Well, yes and no. It`s a calcareous concretion, not a fossil... The description would have been a bit dull otherwise. Here at IAB we never let facts stand in the way of a LOL at something resembling a rather large c*ck.
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Male 2,506
So davy, you actually found this fossil? And this was a legit discovery? And you did something meaningful?
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Male 301
That must have been one raunchy lizard
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Female 2,674
Who knew fossils were so saucy?
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Male 6,694
Looks like Play-Doh.
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Female 3,574
lol! I agree with almightybob1!
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Male 4,290
Davy, try to get it named "Rooster Rock" in honour of IAB`s swear filter.
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Male 12,138
vv What eskimo says is true. When I was interviewed about this scientific find, the reporter asked me, "what is this I don`t even", before instantaneously imploding.
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Male 703
A leading expert revealed that rather than advancing scientific knowledge, this amazing find has single-handedly knocked paleontology back about 150 years. The expert then went on to categorise the find as "mind-dratingly bizarre ... when Davy brought this find to my attention I literally poo my pants and drooled a little, I don`t know what to make of it."
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Female 654
rock hard
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Male 3,915
this has a strange resemblance to clay....
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Male 559
8=D
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Male 2,402
Why not Talleywackerasaurus? The longer the name the better I say. Nice find anyway davymid. Think it might find it on to Google Earth world oddities map?
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Male 2,313
I always knew your scientific curiosity would bring us beautiful things, Davy.
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Female 1,236
That`s a little bit of a stretch.
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Male 1,834
LOLZ
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Male 25,417
Wow, just wow! no wonder the dinosaurs became extint!
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Male 5,189
That;s awesome Davy!
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Male 1,013
Salty weather moved from Mexico to Florida...
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Female 11
Can I have it? C:
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Male 12,138
Hehe Spartakitty... Well, no. Apart from the problem of it being about 4 feet across (sorry Ollie!), it`s in a UNESCO World Heritage site where sample collection is strictly prohibited. It`s also at the location of the *NERD ALERT* global stratotype for the Cambrian-Ordovician boundary, a bit of a geological shrine.

No, I left it in place, so that many future generations of geologists can go and admire this concretion shaped rather like an enormous c*ck.
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Female 2,120
Did you get to chisel it out and keep it?
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Male 12,138
p.s., not shopped, nor did I find this somewhere on the internet. Photo taken by my own fair hand, while on a geological field-trip.
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Male 15,832
Don`t get TOO excited...

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Male 15,510
Bonnesaurus Rex
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Male 17,512
Where did he find this ? `Big Bone Lick` state park ?
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Male 1,920
This is either from a Scrotum humanum or an Erectopus. I`m betting they will find the remains of a Megasoreass nearby though.
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Female 2,249
Mushie likes how Davy speaks in third person...
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Male 5,624
No, wait: Cervipokedactyl?
Colonistuffitops?...
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Male 170
There is no fart joke here........
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Male 1,108
Teradicktil?
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Male 1,299
Looks like they had some bad weather in the crustaceous period.
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Male 12
Very lame..Fart jokes are so 1994
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Male 39,531
Penisaurus or possibally a Lickalotapus
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Male 12,138
Link: Davymid Discovers New Dinosaur Remains [Rate Link] - He named it the Cockasaurus.
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