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Argentavis Magnificens meets the Alabama State Fossil

The raptor bent its long neck down, a gesture more helpful to Dan than it could have realized. Its weariness was by now apparent in its eyes. For a moment it looked like a huge, haggard flamingo searing through the tropical skies above the Florida Keys trying to get revenge on a banal human population addicted to cheap, plastic lawn ornaments…

Seeing the giant worms with their long toothy snouts and sadistic eyes, he feared that he could only count on seconds to escape to land… The Eocene was devouring the Miocene. The past devouring the future. The Revenge of the Fossil Record.

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