Prof. Ivey's widow received his mortal remains

  • Prof. Ivey's widow received his mortal remains six months later. As the young officer who had brought them rode away, Miss Prunella noticed the box only contained a seal envelope.
  • In the envelope was a letter from Prof. Ivey, containing his final wishes.
  • Breadsticks, detergent, gallons upon gallons of Anti-itch. Prof. Ivey had some problems far greater than the UFO he'd uncovered in the rainforest. I hear whispering from the craft
  • when I realize that it is Prof. Ivey himself coming out from behind a near tree. "Hey, Professor... So have you found more information about this tropical alien?." He replied:
  • “Yes, I’ve determined the tropical alien is from tropical Canada”. Professor Ivey is an expert at the game geoguesser where Google Maps are given and the player locates
  • locations. Tropical Canada had always been her favorite. Her various expeditions there revealed excavation site, unearthing ancient tropical specimens, including the elusive pink
  • Plesiosaurus. This ancient beast as paleontologist discovered appeared to primarily Salmon and secondarily grazing on leaves which were theorized to be around the beach dig-site.
  • The salmon were unimpressed by the plesiosaurus, and gave him the fish-eye. Enraged, the creature ate them and crawled from the dig-site at the archeologists, who ran up the beach
  • . The plesiosaurus was unimpressed with the archeologists and gave them the dino-eye, but they'd already retreated hastily into the forest. And so it came to be that
  • Plesiosaurs, marine dinosaurs, evolved into land reptiles just to chase archaeologists, scaring them but only tickling their feet upon catching them. No wonder they became extinct.


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