We probably can all agree that bugs and snakes are the worst. Creepy-crawlies, in general, can stay in their dark hiding places. I’m sure we’ll all be glad to be rid of them this winter. Normal bugs are gross, sure. But they’re an extremely manageable size compared to their prehistoric grandparents.
Good luck trying to squash them with a rolled-up newspaper.
1.) Anomalocaris (a weird shrimp-squid)
2.) I. Rex (the giant horseshoe crab)
3.) Titanoboa (the giant snake)
4.) Campanile Giganteum (a big ole snail)
5.) Cameroceras (a giant, nightmarish cephalopod)
6.) Jaekelopterus (the giant sea scorpion)
7.) Pulmonoscorpius (the giant NORMAL scorpion)
8.) Arthropleura (a centipede that was just much too large)
9.) Meganeura (an enormous, probably evil, dragonfly)
10.) Platyceramu (an uber-giant clam)
Can you imagine what it would be like if these creatures were around? That dragonfly could carry off even the most heavyset of our children. You’d have to go outside with a steel shovel every day just to make it to work without having to slay a giant snake-beast with it.
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