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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by Peter-PP, Jan 26, 2004.
Check it out.
Wow.. if you look at the close up.. it's pretty realistic looking. Couple that with the fact that it was done back in the 1890's, it's truly amazing.
Bad hoax. Look at the close-up: They got into so much detail, they even added the umbilical cord.
Which would have been great, except for the small fact that reptiles hatch from eggs. Doh!
(special thanks to my coworker for pointing this out - I totally missed it, myself...)
Dragons are not reptiles because they're not cold blooded.
They just look like reptiles.
[rant]Ahem!|[/rant] Ever heard of Garter Snakes?
"The young are born live,..."
And just how many dragons [rant]HAVE[/rant] you seen being born?
Ok, but do they have umbilical cords?
Hmmm. Do dragons have belly buttons?
Snakes have no arms, that's why they don't wear vests.
Actually, not all reptiles are egg bearers. Some reptiles bear live young ones like Anacondas and Boas.
Believe it or not, yes! But you have to know where to look. Honest!
I want one!
*goes to ebay*