Fossils Caught Having Sex

A 135 million-year-old fossil of froghoppers are discovered mid coitus in China.
2:55 | 11/08/13

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However enjoy and that's -- -- hopefully we'll too. A romance love whatever you wanna call -- he's the oldest lasting couple on -- -- out. -- -- insects fossilized for a 165. Million years and doing and indeed that's right. -- -- -- -- Cue the Barry White who would every want to play there but fortunately they were made in belly familiar face to face just like modern -- frog -- -- in the study the details. This amount the neediest kids Jordan's 2000 MRSA calculated tricks or translation twig and berries in The Who I'm does. -- -- Couple. I 135 million years stable lives. -- I don't get that didn't think that's got to get there's a note that was posted up ready to -- -- elementary school of added that an upset here actually would you please give myself. Yes Amy Kathleen ESL or maybe she says are -- have a boyfriend have bought into -- it's nice. The news. Yeah. And. Okay. -- Moving the.

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