Paleontologists Uncover Largest Dino Boner Yet

Dino Boner

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Calling the discovery a major breakthrough in our understanding of dinosaur reproduction, paleontologists from the Ohio State University announced Monday that the biggest dino boner ever reported had recently been unearthed in an eastern Wyoming dig site.

Scientists working on the find told reporters that this remarkable finding could provide a rare insight into the reproductive cycle of dinosaurs, and may even result in proof that visible erections were once something to be displayed proudly, rather than discreetly tucked into waistbands or pant legs as they are now.

Lead researcher, Dr. David Elmore said, “Our findings indicate that during the late Cretaceous these large erections or ‘dino boners’ may have served to attract females, intimidate potential competitors, and boost the ego of strapping young dinosaurs all across what is now North America.”

Dr. Elmore went on to suggest that if the most magnificent creatures to ever exist on Earth could so proudly display their erections that “humanity might do well to take a page out of their book.”

Thanks to the fossilization process, this once proud prehistoric erection has been perfectly preserved in its original rock-hard form and will be on display in the Orton Geological Museum through the end of the year.

 




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