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We Couldn’t Come Up With a Better Headline Than This One About a Lady Fucking a Headless Dinosaur

Image via screenshot/Daily Star Here’s what we know: Some three quarters of all plant and animal life on our planet—including all non-avian dinosaurs—were wiped out during a mass-extinction event about 66 million years ago. Read mor...
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