Raptor in a Wrapper

Allison Guy
May 24th 2011

The appliance company Bosch claims that its new technology keeps food so fresh that meat from the Ice Age (and presumably the Cretaceous as well) can be stored without incident for millennia. From a next nature perspective, we're less interested in refrigerator advertisements than where we can find a freshly cloned deinonychus 'wing.' If we doused it in enough spicy barbeque sauce, it might even taste like chicken. Peculiar image of the week.

Via ScaryIdeas.

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