Another fossil discovery has been made, and true to form it is hailed as 'amazing'.
The mesosaur egg was at first mistaken for dung when it was found in south america by Graciela Piñeiro.
It turned out that instead of being a turd, it was in fact a 6 inch mesosaur embryo apparently still coiled up inside an egg.
Martin Sander from the university of Bonn in Germany quipped of the find as "A formal step in this transition was when eggs evolved to be deposited on dry land."
Our resident scientist and common sense advocate had this to say "Of course the evolution of eggs (?!) is of the least concern. One might wonder why certain fish, frogs and such have not bothered to evolve eggs suitable for dry land laying? Are we to believe that the mesosaur developed land dwelling abilities only to have to wait for it's eggs to beneficially mutate to dry land laying? Or did the mesosaur produce dry land eggs and have to wait for the mutation of legs to lay eggs on dry land? Such utter 'bulleggs' is the stuff of evolution, and I marvel at the absurdities which it produces. Is it coincidence that this 'discovery' has occurred to coincide with Easter?"
We tried to contact the high priest of evolution, Richard Dawkins, but he was sadly unavailable for comment, preparing his latest sermon.