There’s A Good Chance Dinosaur Pee Is In Your Water

If you drink water, and I’m sure you do, there is a very real chance that you are consuming at least a small portion of Dinosaur urine.

During their time on Earth, dinosaurs spent much of their time wading in fresh water supplies and they left their water-based waste.

 

As the dinosaurs left behind their molecules, some of those trace elements stayed in our fresh water reservoirs.

The team at YouTube channel CuriousMinds recently released a video that shows how Earth’s freshwater reservoirs work.

Dinosaur Pee in our water

The video, released on May 25, 2015, has received 22,000 views.

If you want a good laugh, check out the YouTube comments which heavily feature creationists who are positive that dinosaurs never existed and the Earth is a few thousand years old.

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James Vanderhoff
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