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BREAKING: Dinosaur Related Discovery at Drive-Thru Poses Questions

Posted on: April 1, 2021 by THEMUSEUM

Mysterious Eggs Found Being Investigated by Scientists

KITCHENER – THEMUSEUM is asking guests planning to experience the Dinosaur Drive-Thru, which opens its 25-day run today at Bingemans, to be on the lookout after the unexpected discovery of several large, mysterious eggs.

“We aren’t quite sure where these eggs came from, but life… finds a way,” said David Marskell, CEO of THEMUSEUM. The CEO, who always looks on the sunny side of life, went on to say, “what could go wrong?” Found amidst the caged Dinos, early reports indicate that the eggs may have been poached from another site.

The eggs are approximately three and a half feet tall and have been seen rocking on occasion. Marskell went on to say… “I don’t know what they are listening to in there, but if it’s only rock and roll then I like it.”

THEMUSEUM is unsure of the contents but scratching sounds have been heard coming from inside the eggs. Some staff, who seem a little chicken, have even reported hearing sounds. “It kind of frightened me at first and I scrambled for cover,” said the terrifried Alan Grant, staff member at THEMUSEUM. Benedict Goldblum, also a staff member, said, “This whole thing reminds me of a Spielberg movie.”

THEMUSEUM has hatched a plan and are collecting the eggs, turning them over easy and moving them to a secure location for further inspection. “We plan to incubate the eggs as we don’t want to have them boil in the spring sunshine.” said Dr. Henry Wu, a scientist THEMUSEUM has engaged.

Guests are asked not to approach any eggs and to report any unusual activity, including cracks in the eggs, squawking or empty shells. It’s safe to say that this kind of discovery is one that is hard to beat and may offer some insight into the age-old question, “which came first?”

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