Volcanologists spy pink 'dinosaur' on remote webcam

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  1. Casshew

    Casshew Former Member

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    LOL See this pic

    http://www.geonet.org.nz/images/whiteis.jpg

    Scientists using a camera to monitor a remote New Zealand volcano over the Internet have struck an odd problem - a pink dinosaur.

    New Zealand's Geological and Nuclear Sciences (GNS) has installed a digital camera in the crater of a volcano which makes up most of White Island in the Bay of Plenty, east of Auckland.

    The often-active volcano draws tourists by boat but most people do not go ashore on the uninhabited, rumbling island.

    To keep a close watch, GNS installed a digital camera on the island and posts a shot taken every hour on its website

    But last week a pink dinosaur started appearing in the photos
    "Some wag has glued a pink dinosaur in front of our digital camera," GNS's John Callan said.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/s1113950.htm
     
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  3. aussieblue

    aussieblue aussie aussie aussie oi oi oi

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    :laugh: :laugh: love it, its soooooooooooo cute LOL :laugh: :laugh:

    :laugh: :laugh:10 points! to the yobbos who thought that one up :laugh: :laugh:

    ~aussieblue~
     
  4. lex

    lex Former Member

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    this is funny!!l lol!, :woohoo:
     
  5. ShowerSinger

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    ROFLMpinkAO!
     

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