A primitive joke
|A primitive joke|
|Released||7 September 2017 (Update)|
|Location||Lowest level of the Varrock Museum|
|Examine||This fossil appears to have a crack in it.|
A primitive joke is one of the fourteen small fossil displays found on the Paleontology floor of the Varrock Museum. It’s made by adding a small fossilised limb, rib, pelvis, spine, and skull to a small display case.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The display case shows the imprint of someone sitting on soft earth as it hardens, a reference to how people scan their buttocks on copy machines as a joke.