Dinosaurs May Have Worn Hats, Scientists Believe

by Steve Cook, our man on the sofa.

A recent re-examination of prehistoric fossils by scientists at the Natural History Museum in Neasden has resulted in discoveries that have shaken the scientific world to its core.

The very latest micro-imaging technology and algorithms that enable researchers to painstakingly sift fact from fiction have facilitated a minutely close scrutiny of hundreds of fossils from the Jurassic Period.

This five-year-long study had brought to light facts about the dinosaurs that will cause us to reevaluate everything we thought we knew about these magnificent yet extensively misunderstood creatures.
Tyrannosaurus Rex

A case in point is what the study has revealed about the dinosaurs' penchant for wearing hats. Whilst the bowler hat was favoured by Tyrannosaurus Rex, the sartorially elegant Velociraptor could be distinguished by its top hat.

The brontosaurus is believed to have favoured the balaclava in an effort not to be recognised . . .

Steve Cook is the author of |the scifi spoofs Genghis Kant and The Cutter Files and other works of fiction

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