DINOSAUR STUDIES: NO 56: THE SLÁINTECARESUS

DINOSAUR

DINOSAUR


Records show that the first report of a rare Sláintecaresus sighting was recorded in Ireland in 2017 BC (Before Covid), during the Harrisonic period. Legend has it that the meat of ‘the Sláinte thing’, as it was colloquially known, held great health benefits if anybody ever swallowed it. Unfortunately, sightings of the cumbersome creature were... Read more »

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