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Extinct! What was it and where did it go? Things are dying off all the time and often nobody takes the time to notice. Use your favourite time machine and make us tributes to things that are now (or should be) extinct, and post them on the board.

(Fri 24 Jan 2003, 11:45)
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# The Fla-Ringo died out in the 70's.

(, Sat 25 Jan 2003, 11:42, More)
# The Orango-Dickinson

needed large areas of mahogany to survive
(, Sat 25 Jan 2003, 11:32, More)
# giant kitzillas didn't last long
when their main source of natural food, the giant fishthra, died out
they were forced to seek further and further afield for food.

here we see a half-starved kitzilla, a weak and stunted specmin,
marauding through a human habitat. it's wild, hunger-maddened
eyes seek out any possible places where the now-extict fishra
might be lurking.

the last known kitzilla was found dead earlier this year in down-town
basingstoke, and david attenborough is tipped to be doing
a tribute peice on the bbc later this year.



clickzora for static, biggerer...
(, Sat 25 Jan 2003, 11:14, More)
# Crap, but I'm half asleep anyway.
Gnight!

(, Sat 25 Jan 2003, 5:15, More)
# Repost for compo
The non-invertebrate jellyfish never had much of a chance...

(, Sat 25 Jan 2003, 4:31, More)
# Vanessasaurus Rex (latin: 'Feltzus Maximus Hideous')
Sadly wiped out after using up all natural resources, Big Brother upstairs then threw a comet at them for good measure. Bless 'em.


(, Sat 25 Jan 2003, 2:31, More)
# your days are numbered

(, Sat 25 Jan 2003, 0:50, More)
# The Original Tree Kangaroo
Was alive and prospering throughout the world, and then the beaver's came. Giant, carnivorous wood/meat eating beavers.



Click
here
for biggie guvna.
(, Sat 25 Jan 2003, 0:45, More)
# This strange looking fella was doomed
from day one with a ready to eat head you dont last long.

catching it was a real problem though.
(, Sat 25 Jan 2003, 0:17, More)
# evenin awl

(, Sat 25 Jan 2003, 0:11, More)
# this
just happens to be true



he is the anti-christ
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 23:47, More)
# And the fittest shall survive

(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 23:33, More)
# The Nutbadger
Nutbadgers!
Easily identifiable by it's nutty appearance and (equally nutty) mating call of "Nutbadgers!" Sadly now extinct, it was Terry Nutkins on a drunken bender, who devoured this gentle, lightly salted, foil sealed for freshness, Swindon dwelling omnivore.

P.S. I am very very stoned. Denots yrev yrev ma I.
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 23:14, More)
# The Hover-cow was a wonder of nature..

..but unfortunately the last remaining herd was lost in high winds.

/repost (my first ever repost)
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 22:57, More)
# Unfortunately for the American Dachshund...

...they simply tasted too good with mustard and ketchup...
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 22:47, More)
# It became extinct...

...because it couldn't find a mate - poor thing.

I got the job BTW... I mean THE JOB!
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 22:25, More)
# Staying Alive?


(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 22:24, More)
# Everyone knew
after the kellogs takeover, that when the chicken started pecking at the leprachauns arm - it was curtains for lucky charms


(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 22:13, More)
# 'Its the same every night' thought Logan, nursing his cocktail.

'Am I destined to die alone?'
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 21:57, More)
# Evolution of the cardboard box #2

(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 21:42, More)
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