DINOSAURS AND ROMANS LIVED “IN PERFECT HARMONY” REVEALS NEW ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIG

An archaeological dig in York, England, has revealed Roman remains alongside the fossils of some of the most vicious dinosaurs of the Jurassic period.

The Oracle understands that this is empirical proof that Ancient Roman inhabitants of York broke bread with dinosaurs; specifically, the Megalosaurus.

“This is a very exciting discovery” discovered Dr Adam Wool of the British museum excitedly “as not only does it raise several questions about the life of these Romans, but it is also proof that dinosaurs were still roaming the earth in 71 AD.

This means that the ‘Flinstones Scenario’ was not only possible, but indeed probably a frequent occurence.”

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