I came across a rather interesting ancient fossil story from South America this morning as I was opening up the news.
According to the report, no modern day snake comes close to it's size. I know I'm not really a great fan of snakes but it is fascinating to read about ancient fossils.
The report says "Modern-day anacondas have nothing on this baby - a behemoth estimated to have been 13 metres long and weighing in at more than a tonne." Just imagine something larger than a bus and equaling a Tyrannosaurus rex snout to tail.
In other news, as soon as we both got better, it got worse. P and I are both on the mend again but we are hoping to be back into normal soon. Oh well...