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Mark C. N. Sullivan is an editor at a Massachusetts university. He is married and the father of three children. Email
Dinotherium he Will have to do his best for D. The early world observed with awe His back, indented like a saw. His look was gay, his voice was strong; His tail was neither short nor long; His trunk, or elongated nose, Was not so large as some suppose; His teeth, as all the world allows, Were graminivorous, like a cow's.
He therefore should have wished to pass Long peaceful nights upon the Grass, But being mad the brute preferred To roost in branches, like a bird. (We have good reason to suppose He did so, from his claw-like toes.)
A creature heavier than a whale, You see at once, could hardly fail To suffer badly when he slid And tumbled (as he always did). His fossil therefore comes to light All broken up: and serve him right.
MORAL If you were born to walk the ground, Remain there; do not fool around.