2007-01-12 / Columnists

Historical Views of the Rockaways

Attention! New Species Of Seafencible Found Here!
From The Rockaway Museum Commentary by Emil Lucev, Curator Dedicated To The Memory Of Leon S. Locke

From The Rockaway Museum
Commentary by Emil Lucev, Curator
Dedicated To The Memory Of Leon S. Locke

Just when you thought that there were no more life species to be found, and that all were recorded in books, another never before seen specimen turns up in your own backyard!

Here today in Historical Views is an extremely rare novelacycloneamu found on the peninsula. It is a species of flightless bird found only in the Rockaways, and is related to the Ialantisemu found throughout the peninsula. This new emu hates all forms of fences, especially the cyclone variety.

It can hold onto crossbars forever, and is somewhat like the pit bull dog; once it grabs, it never lets go!

So beware, folks, this rarity can reach a height of six to eight feet, but in some cases even higher. If you spot one, let us know, ok? Thanks!

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