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Very awesome,and they're for sale!
That's easy! Prehistoric man used that gizmo in Jurassic Park III to create this pseudo-fosil and then buried it in the sand so that we could find it . . . a million years later!Now THAT's what I call -- forgotten technology! Most have been the folks from Atlantis. ;)
I so need to try this.
There is a flying frog at "The World of Kong", a book about the wildlife of Skull Island based on Peter Jackson´s Movie. It features all animals seen in the movie, but also lots more, a whole ecosystem down to a lot of insects, arthropods and invertebrates.But in evolutionary terms, it would be actually more probable that a real flying frog wouldn´t have pterosaur-like wings with a single elongated finger, but more likely more batlike wings, as there is already a lineage of frogs which evolved gliding wings:http://www.factzoo.com/amphibians/flying-frogs-gliding-through-dark-asian-rainforests.html
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