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Friday, 3 July 2009

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Yabba-dabba-doo Writing Was Found All Over Cave

Burbank CA-- The prehistoric town of Bedrock, and the bones of a modern stone-age family, were discovered today just outside Universal Studios in Burbank. The find is considered the most stunning discovery since the city of Troy in the 19th Century. The town is well preserved and is a page right out of history!

The condition of the four adult skeletons is likely to revolutionize the fields of archaeology and anthropology overnight. The bodies were discovered under a pile of flint-stone and rubble. It looks like the males died trying to protect the females from some animal attack.

The two adult males had incredibly large heads, no necks, with very short and stout bodies. The two adult females were even more extreme than their mates. They had tall, thin bodies with extremely small waists that measured only 12 inches. Reproduction would have been impossible.

Even more remarkable was the discovery of the inhabitants written language. Linguists call the language Yabba-dabba-doo, and it could be the mother tongue of all human speech. Linguists liken the importance of the discovery to that of the Rosetta Stone almost two centuries ago.

The only sad note in the discovery was the condition of the human bones. The four adults were all killed and eaten at the same time by a saber-toothed cat. One of the pair apparently was keeping it as a pet and it didn't like being put outside all night!

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