THE BRIEF REIGN OF MOOCHISAURUS REX
A subnanometer layer of scorched earth spanning the Potomac Basin is all that remains of the geontological column of the Swampian Age.
After just three microeons, the shortest era in the history of deep time ground to a halt Monday, as the great particolored chamelionoid Moochisaurus rex suddenly devolved and went to swim with the fishes, just a decade after the Anthopocene Epoch emerged from the primordial ooze of the social media.
In contrast to the mass extinction demarcated by
Moochisaurus rex stalked the primodial fever-swamps of the Potomac only to expire in a tweet storm of lethal dimensions. Fossils of this great nondescript remain elusive, but palaeontologists hope to learn more about the creature's place in post-Swampian political ecology after it signs a book contract.