I like the accurate archaeology/paleontology references here.
Date: 30 Jan 2012 03:48
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Many suspect that the woods were once covered in water, pointing to such rocks as evidence.
I have an alternate theory.
I suspect that life originally developed on land, where, you will notice, things are much less damp and conducive to advancing in the conga line of life. These rocks display terran ancestors to the creatures presently found in the seas. They were likely forced into the water to seek out new sources of food.
—Evan Oddsworth, Scholar at Rheve Library
Hmmph. More of that ridiculous "evolution" business. Life does not, of itself, change that dramatically. How could a dog possibly be descended from the same stock as the sheep it guards? Or the wyvern the same stock as the dragon? I'm not surprised you've bought into it, Evan, but I'm surprised at the rest of the scientific community.
—Ouster Brownden, D. Univ, D.W, D.B.P., Scholar of Rheve Library, Fellow of the Order of the Jollux