This 40-foot dragon skull proves dragons are indeed real [Image]

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This skull “washed ashore” at Charmouth Beach in Dorset, England. Skeptical of its genuineness? You should be. The skull isn’t an actual dragon skull; it is a sculpture created by three people working for UK-based TV streaming service Blinkbox. And the skull did not wash anywhere; it was placed on the beach as a way to promote the fact that Blinkbox is going to stream Game of Thrones season 3 starting on July 15th.

Too bad. I always wanted to slay a dragon, too.

[via Geekologie]

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