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Archeologists Locate Preserved Specimen of a Tyranicalsaurus Rex Murphy

Fossil Sent to Tyrell Museum For Study

(SNN) Paleontologists at the world class dinosaur facility in Drumheller, Alberta were gleeful to receive an apparently complete, fossilized specimen of a Tyranicalsaurus Rex Murphy which was discovered in a Cornerbrook pub. According to the archeological experts, the species has been roaming the planet since the early Cretaceous Era.

The rather smallish creature, about the size of a man, spent its days foraging and attacking other creatures, as well as hosting the CBC talkshow, Cross Country Check-Up since before recorded history. Using new procedures, scientists have managed to identify skin colouring from genetic markers and have deduced this specimen’s epidermis was pasty white and scaly.

Tyrell curator, Annette “Squeaky” Leakey, was overjoyed at the discovery. She has already set aside money from the budget to create a dynamic display of the fossil in a dynamic setting; possibly hunched over a microphone.

“We hope to restore it to its original condition,” claimed Leakey.  “No one will ever have observed a Tyranicalsaurus Rex Murphy this life-like!”

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