In between Australia and New Zealand, surrounded by miles of sea is Ball’s Pyramid, a fourteen-hundred-foot-high rock that shouldn’t really be home to anything but a sea-bird or two.
A nearby island was once the home of the largest type of stick insect known, but this was reported extinct eighty years ago. But no, somehow some of the insects, known as ‘Tree Lobsters’, managed to get to Ball’s Pyramid where they been re-discovered and, carefully bred to increase numbers.
Strangely the insects are flightless, and vegetation on the Pyramid is very limited…but, there they are.
T-Rex next?

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