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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 Cliveadon's odds for survival were unsurprisingly poor

(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 17:18, More)
# The combustible Betamax (TM) Dodo
had a shortlived but eventful fascination with lava pools.


(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 17:11, More)
# donkey kong

his hooves kept slipping off buildings

hummus today is very very low
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 17:09, More)
# yet
another sub-species sadly no longer with us




the sabre-tooth elephant was just too impractical
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 17:05, More)
# The Sabre-pussy ...

..never got past the consumer testing and sadly died out before it could become a household pet.
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 17:05, More)
# Secret labs under the common would never last these days


Having vanished into cultural memory years ago, the Wombles donned their overalls and began their anarchic period. They were however not beyond the reach of the Anti-Terrorist squad who put an end to their non-conformist ways.

(Yeah, primitive re-touch, but I am at work)
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:51, More)
# The long-trunked elephant was an accident waiting to happen...




should read "a graphic waiting to be animated" but it's 4.43pm and i haven't got any lunch hour left!
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:51, More)
# Insert lame
"Curiosity killed the cat" joke here...


(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:48, More)
# Dr. Cockasaurus decided to name it after himself....

With its big 'manhood', God wondered why it became extinct so quickly...
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:44, More)
# The Yodabear become instict because
none of the other pandas would have sex with them.



hmmm seems to end up looking like Churchill :)
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:40, More)
# The humble cardboard box

went through several stages before becoming the object we know and love today.
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:37, More)
# Few mourned the passing of this once great creature

(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:33, More)
# One of mother nature's...

... less successful attempts at the jellyfish's defense mechanism.
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:32, More)
# The Sabre-toothed Hamster:
Was far too vicious to domesticate, but in the wild,
quite frankly, it wasnt fooling anyone.



biggy
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:29, More)
# Nature's experimentation with steam-powered animals..
..was shortlived and unsuccesful.

(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:15, More)
# gone.....FACT


The Origamiphant was not as well suited to the harsh environment as its flesh and blood relatives...

crump....curmp....crump...
clickness for bigness

(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:14, More)
# Deercat
Nobody knows why the Deercat didn't do very well - Tunnel problems maybe?


(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:06, More)
# basicly it fell over..

(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 16:04, More)
# try this one on for size then

An elephant fly (of Dumbo fame)
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 15:47, More)
# Sadly the friendly, noble Elepant didnt last long
once Mother Nature realised the typo she'd made in her order


my pretty crap shop... (will have more soon)
(, Fri 24 Jan 2003, 15:40, More)
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