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Luckily, extinction has saved us from an invasion of gravity-defying dinosaurs

Luckily, extinction has saved us from an invasion of gravity-defying dinosaurs http://gss.st/bH #streetview

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Wednesday, 2nd September 2009

For an entire order of creatures that have been extinct for several million years, there’s a lot of dinosaurs about…

For an entire order of creatures that have been extinct for several million years, there’s a lot of dinosaurs about… http://gss.st/8J

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Tuesday, 21st July 2009

More #streetview dinosaurs – a T-rex and a herd of mastodons roam the highway via Malcolm

More #streetview dinosaurs – a T-rex and a herd of mastodons roam the highway http://gss.st/7v via Malcolm

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Monday, 6th July 2009

Last #streetview dinosaur link was wrong (now fixed) so here’s a bonus T-Rex at “SAUR WORLD” Thanks @leebennett

Last #streetview dinosaur link was wrong (now fixed) so here’s a bonus T-Rex at “SAUR WORLD” http://gss.st/6T Thanks @leebennett

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Friday, 26th June 2009

Last of the #streetview dinosaurs, there appears to be a Diplodocus up on the hill

Last of the #streetview dinosaurs, there appears to be a Diplodocus up on the hill http://gss.st/6Q

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Friday, 26th June 2009

Continuing the #streetview dinosaurs, we don’t know what actual colour they were, but I’m sure they weren’t this shiny

Continuing the #streetview dinosaurs, we don’t know what actual colour they were, but I’m sure they weren’t this shiny http://gss.st/6j

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Friday, 26th June 2009

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