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How lovely? A large pterodactyl or gigantic budgie ate a child back in the dino era.

Scientists found out that bones in a cave in Poland were of a child age 5 - 7 was killed and eaten by a large bird. I guess sunflower seeds and millet weren't as accessible in the dino era?

“Analyses show that this is the result of passing through the digestive system of a large bird,” said Prof. Paweł Valde-Nowak of the Institute of Archeology of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, according to Science in Poland.

The bones are the oldest human remains ever discovered in Poland by about 50,000 years. Scientists think that the bird may have attacked and eaten the 5 to 7-year-old child. It may also have fed on the child after it had deceased.

BAD BIRB ... BAD!


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