During the egg-cavations of the new commodities exchange building, in EC3 London, findings have baffled archaeologists of all generations: a flurry of eggs surrounded by polygonal rocks. What could this represent?
Resident archaeologist Peter Wynne-Griffith d’Hopscotch Scrambled Oeuf has this to say:
“Eggs surrounded by rocks can only indicate a hatchery of a long lost animal”.
Emeritus Professor from Japan, Ai Ate Olk Jenli explains:
“given the proximity to the London Stock Exchange, it would be unwise not to think that the later present day humans were drawn to the area to trade in the same way that the Jurassic dinosaurs were. Fossilised eggs were classic trading tools for dinosaurs, particularly for the Tyrannosaurs species, which had to make up in wealth of eggs, for in lack of arm length.”