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a Wild Boar… yeah, riiiiight

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Statue of a wild boar, Göbekli Tepe, 9000 BCE

That critter looks more like a Wooly Mammoth to me. ‘Corse I’m not always 100% all there…

Its that hump at the top of his trunk… see it?

https://www.wikiwand.com/en/G%C3%B6bekli_Tepe

The last woolly mammoths lived on a remote island, study says - CNET

I ain’t saying that critter in the back is a Wooly Rhinoceros… but I ain’t sayin’ its not neither. That critter seems bigger than those wild boars also. ‘Corse that snaggle-toothed bear lookin’ beast is a might unnerving…

Howdya like to have that thing chasing your happy ass around his dinner time? I’d be chuckin’ every spear I had.

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Written by anderson1951

January 12, 2021 at 1:05 pm

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