Thursday, July 15, 2010

Tokyo is doooomed!!!

Australian scientists discover bizarre prehistoric deep-sea creatures below the Great Barrier Reef

Australian scientists have discovered bizarre prehistoric sea life hundreds of metres below the Great Barrier Reef, in an unprecedented mission to document species under threat from ocean warming. Ancient sharks, giant oil fish, swarms of crustaceans and a primitive shell-dwelling squid species called the Nautilus were among the astonishing life captured by remote controlled cameras at Osprey Reef

Now that they have awakened them, the creatures will do what all bizarre, prehistoric deep-sea creatures do: go do battle with Godzilla while stomping on Tokyo.

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