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Description From the "Dinosaur Mummy: CSI" exhibit, and featured in a humorous posting on my blog.
Date 27 September 2008, 13:51
Source 20080927_7679 (Me So Horny)
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Author Ed T from Sugar Land, TX

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29° 43′ 19.07″ N, 95° 23′ 21.92″ W

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