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Odd Mammal, it still may live
« on: January 05, 2013, 06:23:18 AM »
A critically endangered mammal, thought to be extinct in Australia since the last ice age, a new study suggests.

http://news.yahoo.com/odd-mammal-thought-long-extinct-australia-may-still-183844295.html 
 

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Re: Odd Mammal, it still may live
« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2013, 06:36:15 PM »
Don't be too surprised if we start seeing many more varieties of hitherto obituaried animals in the not-too-distant future.

#cuethejurassicparkmusic
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Re: Odd Mammal, it still may live
« Reply #2 on: January 05, 2013, 08:21:02 PM »
"Sero Te amavi, Pulchritudo tam antiqua et tam nova.  Sero Te amavi!"-Confessions, X.27

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Re: Odd Mammal, it still may live
« Reply #3 on: January 05, 2013, 08:49:49 PM »
#cuethejurassicparkmusic

I can't wait.  Best movie EVAR.


 :D

Just don't get too attached to the lambs when the real deal opens...
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Re: Odd Mammal, it still may live
« Reply #4 on: January 05, 2013, 09:07:08 PM »
#cuethejurassicparkmusic

I can't wait.  Best movie EVAR.


 :D

Just don't get too attached to the lambs when the real deal opens...

"What's the matter, kid?  You never had lamb chops?"    :D

I can't remember the last time I actually went to see a movie open at midnight.  (I think it was the Pokémon movie, actually, hahaha.)  But when JP 3D opens in April, I'm going to be there opening night.  Can't wait for the goat leg to come flying out of the screen!   ;D
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Re: Odd Mammal, it still may live
« Reply #5 on: January 05, 2013, 09:10:28 PM »
#cuethejurassicparkmusic

I can't wait.  Best movie EVAR.


 :D

Just don't get too attached to the lambs when the real deal opens...

"What's the matter, kid?  You never had lamb chops?"    :D

I can't remember the last time I actually went to see a movie open at midnight.  (I think it was the Pokémon movie, actually, hahaha.)  But when JP 3D opens in April, I'm going to be there opening night.  Can't wait for the goat leg to come flying out of the screen!   ;D

JP3D??  I'd lost track, thought it came and went... I just might have to check it out when it comes around my neck of the woods.  Although I'm philosophically opposed to the retrofitting of new 3D on older movies made as and intended to be viewed in 2D, the thought of seeing the Tyrannosaur chase the jeep in an extra dimension is too much to resist.
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Re: Odd Mammal, it still may live
« Reply #6 on: January 05, 2013, 09:14:00 PM »
#cuethejurassicparkmusic

I can't wait.  Best movie EVAR.


 :D

Just don't get too attached to the lambs when the real deal opens...

"What's the matter, kid?  You never had lamb chops?"    :D

I can't remember the last time I actually went to see a movie open at midnight.  (I think it was the Pokémon movie, actually, hahaha.)  But when JP 3D opens in April, I'm going to be there opening night.  Can't wait for the goat leg to come flying out of the screen!   ;D

JP3D??  I'd lost track, thought it came and went... I just might have to check it out when it comes around my neck of the woods.  Although I'm philosophically opposed to the retrofitting of new 3D on older movies made as and intended to be viewed in 2D, the thought of seeing the Tyrannosaur chase the jeep in an extra dimension is too much to resist.

Oh yes.  April 2013.  Be there.  And not just the T-Rex.  Think of the gallimimuses!  And the velociraptors sticking their heads through doors!

This will more than make up for the fact that my parents wouldn't let me go see it in theaters when I was in kindergarten.
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Re: Odd Mammal, it still may live
« Reply #7 on: January 05, 2013, 09:21:41 PM »
Oh yes.  April 2013.  Be there.  And not just the T-Rex.  Think of the gallimimuses!  And the velociraptors sticking their heads through doors!

This will more than make up for the fact that my parents wouldn't let me go see it in theaters when I was in kindergarten.

Ah, gallimimuses!  I tried thinking of their name... that scene is perfect for 3D.

Don't suppose you had better luck with The Lost World?  I managed to sneak in for that JP inning... thought it far superior to the original until I grew up and recognized it for the extended merchandise tie-in commercial that it was.
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Re: Odd Mammal, it still may live
« Reply #8 on: January 05, 2013, 09:43:03 PM »
Oh yes.  April 2013.  Be there.  And not just the T-Rex.  Think of the gallimimuses!  And the velociraptors sticking their heads through doors!

This will more than make up for the fact that my parents wouldn't let me go see it in theaters when I was in kindergarten.

Ah, gallimimuses!  I tried thinking of their name... that scene is perfect for 3D.

Don't suppose you had better luck with The Lost World?  I managed to sneak in for that JP inning... thought it far superior to the original until I grew up and recognized it for the extended merchandise tie-in commercial that it was.

I did, actually!  And I've always thought the original was better.  In fact, I never even saw JP3.  (Though I've heard I haven't been missing out.)
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Re: Odd Mammal, it still may live
« Reply #9 on: January 05, 2013, 09:50:47 PM »
Oh yes.  April 2013.  Be there.  And not just the T-Rex.  Think of the gallimimuses!  And the velociraptors sticking their heads through doors!

This will more than make up for the fact that my parents wouldn't let me go see it in theaters when I was in kindergarten.

Ah, gallimimuses!  I tried thinking of their name... that scene is perfect for 3D.

Don't suppose you had better luck with The Lost World?  I managed to sneak in for that JP inning... thought it far superior to the original until I grew up and recognized it for the extended merchandise tie-in commercial that it was.

I did, actually!  And I've always thought the original was better.  In fact, I never even saw JP3.  (Though I've heard I haven't been missing out.)

You heard correctly... and it's my understanding there will be a JP4.  After JP3, almost anything will be considered an improvement.
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Re: Odd Mammal, it still may live
« Reply #10 on: January 08, 2013, 02:37:58 AM »
Australia has most of the cool animals. One benefit to being an island.