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Dinosaur Sighting: Tyrannosaurus Guards Google

If you go sneaking around the Google campus in Mountain View, California, you might want to be aware that the company has a Tyrannosaurus on the prowl. An anonymous reader in California recently tipped us off that a skeletal sculpture of the dinosaur can be seen on the company's grounds, and it has...

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The Tyrannosaurus at the Google campus in Mountain View, CA. From Flickr user Myles!


If you go sneaking around the Google campus in Mountain View, California, you might want to be aware that the company has a Tyrannosaurus on the prowl. An anonymous reader in California recently tipped us off that a skeletal sculpture of the dinosaur can be seen on the company's grounds, and it has been there since about 2006. There is also some photographic evidence that this dinosaur has an appetite for pink lawn flamingoes.

Have you spotted a dinosaur in an unusual place? Take a picture and send it to dinosaursightings@gmail.com and you might see it here!
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