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Coffee!! Early Australia featured some weird monsters

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In the heart of the desert, scientists unearth an ancient inland ocean full of sea monsters. Opal fossils of some of these beasts paint a colorful picture of the exotic seascape, where long-necked plesiosaurs snacked on shelled creatures that grew as large as truck tires. The most fearsome was Kronosaurus, with a skull twice as long as T. rex.

Apparently, the platypus ended up inheriting the lot.

If the link doesn't work, try this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BOpV6sQoGDI Absolutely gorgeous photography, incidental music and sound effects, and a brilliant script consisting of stunning statements, powerful prose, and a masterful mythology dramatically narrated as a succession of miracles cloaked in personified naturalism. Truly a spectacular work of fantasy art worth viewing! -Q Querius

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