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Alternative Reality? WTF is this bird?
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Largest bird to ever exist.
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(04-15-2018, 09:42 AM)Guest Wrote: [Image: 30713071_962483270596221_651649284728841...e=5B596D70]

Largest bird to ever exist.

Could it fly?
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(04-14-2018, 09:07 PM)great-grandfather Wrote: nature is..... nature ....




Considering the numbers of these birds human assistance should be taken ! Take the smaller bird and hand raise it !
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(04-14-2018, 09:05 PM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote: Is this the next step of the Mandela effect? I have never heard of this species but it is so weird it would be taught to school children the way they teach about the Duck Billed Platypus or Ostrich. Every time they fire up the Hadron collider at Cern will we wake up the morning in a universe that has weird animals we have never imagined?

The shoebill was known to both ancient Egyptians and Arabs[citation needed] but was not classified until the 19th century, after skins and eventually live specimens were brought to Europe. Traditionally allied with the storks (Ciconiiformes), it was retained there in the Sibley-Ahlquist taxonomy which lumped a massive number of unrelated taxa into their "Ciconiiformes". More recently, the shoebill has been considered to be closer to the pelicans (based on anatomical comparisons)[3] or the herons (based on biochemical evidence; Hagey et al., 2002).[4] Microscopic analysis of eggshell structure by Konstantin Mikhailov in 1995 found that the eggshells of shoebills closely resembled those of other Pelecaniformes in having a covering of thick microglobular material over the crystalline shells.[5] A recent DNA study reinforces their membership of the Pelecaniformes.[6] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoebill
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(04-14-2018, 09:06 PM)T-Dub Wrote: Never heard of it either.

Neither have I.

Lately, there have been several animals I've never heard of, yet other people seem to be quite familiar with.

like this creature:

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This bat:

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And this werewolf cat:
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(04-15-2018, 12:08 PM)Deplorably Nameless Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 09:06 PM)T-Dub Wrote: Never heard of it either.

Neither have I.

Lately, there have been several animals I've never heard of, yet other people seem to be quite familiar with.

like this creature:

[Image: image.jpg]

This bat:

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And this werewolf cat:
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What in the hell?
Think about some new terms you haven't heard until a few years ago.

Derecho, Bombogenesis, Haboob?
Several times I have heard someone say "can I go with" not "can I go with you" Seems weird to me.
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(04-14-2018, 09:01 PM)LucyBarnable Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 05:48 PM)Fallingdown Wrote: I had to look it up.  They are from East Africa  and are found in a couple of shit hole countries .  

I couldn't tell how big they were from the video so I needed a little perspective .


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Wow, they're huge!
I figured they were from Alien Land or Holland.
Weird...

Doomed

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#38
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I've been on this earth for over 62 years and I've never heard of or seen that bird before. It's kind slid though a time line or two to get here. Chuckle
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(04-15-2018, 02:40 PM)Dark Moon Wrote: I've been on this earth for over 62 years and I've never heard of or seen that bird before. It's kind slid though a time line or two to get here.  Chuckle

It's a damn dodo is what it is.
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(04-15-2018, 02:41 PM)T-Dub Wrote:
(04-15-2018, 02:40 PM)Dark Moon Wrote: I've been on this earth for over 62 years and I've never heard of or seen that bird before. It's kind slid though a time line or two to get here.  Chuckle

It's a damn dodo is what it is.

I think that bird is what ate the dodo's. Lmao
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