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Sep 7, 2005
Penguinus Maximus: Thawing

This creature isn’t entirely fictional, other than maybe the thawing back to life part, his size is exaggerated a bit, and I don’t believe Penguinis Maximus was an official scientific name. But there were in fact prehistoric penguins. From fossil findings they stood nearly six feet tall and weighed in at up to 300 pounds.

  • Me

    I want one..

  • how did they get him up from the cave?????…. :-/

  • bobo

    ther insane strength.

  • Jee Won

    hee…big penguin

  • insane smiley face

    just like the insane smiley!!! šŸ™‚

  • NO hee hee,Jee Won!

  • Jonah

    Dude, I always new Osborne was strong!

  • šŸ˜ āž” āž” āž” šŸ˜› šŸ˜³ šŸ’” šŸ˜€ šŸ˜† šŸ˜† šŸ˜” ā— ā“ šŸ˜‰ šŸ˜€ šŸ‘æ šŸ˜Ž šŸ˜• šŸ˜Æ šŸ˜• šŸ˜€ šŸ˜³ šŸ˜›

  • In 1312, prehistoric penguins fell into ice caverns and became frozen in ice. And, in 1990, scientists found them in the penguins in the ice cavern And in 1499, normal penguins arrived.

  • And in the 2005s, a giant prehistoric penguin was discovered by an animated scarf-wearing bear and a short adelie penguin šŸ˜‰

  • baybay2