Fossil Daddy Longlegs Sports a 99-Million-Year Erection

The unfortunate harvestman, the first found fossilized in amber with a fully erect penis, also belongs to a new arachnid family.

I really think the title and picture says it all guys. I haven't even read the rest of this National Geographic article yet, I instead felt it more important to have this on my website.

But when I saw this I thought, "If I hadn't already wanted to work for National Geographic, I sure would now" hahahah.

That killer title.

Attention-grabbing... yet informative.

Actually, one of the things I've thought about before is that I'd actually really like to work for National Geographic. Like I'm not really one to dream about working at big companies and all, but National Geographic is really really one I think I'd like. I figured this out sometime between watching the documentary series "Life Story" by David Attenborough last year and constantly taking close-up pictures of flowers, ants, slugs, birds.

And what better way to share this with you guys than with a 99-million-year old spide-y erection. Enjoy haha!

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