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Old 07/24/2015, 11:59 AM   #1382
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Originally Posted by karimwassef View Post
There is no "cure". Dinos are a natural part of every ecosystem. Some species can explode and cause a crisis, so the required result is to push them back into their natural state - under control.

You can never kill the genie. You can only put him back in the bottle and don't rub the bottle ever again.
That's fine. It can sit in the corner with Vibrio and Mycobacter spp and play cards for all I care.


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