She's not fat...
She's just big-boned!!
Scientists at the Natural History Museum have used 3D models to work out what its famous Stegosaurus would have weighed when she was alive. And the answer is: a lot. The dino exists today at the London museum as a skeleton nicknamed Sophie after the daughter of the hedge fund manager who bought the ancient bones. It is the …
No, she was thinking (literally) using her big behind. It was functional - housing the secondary "brain" responsible for most of locomotion and bodily functions.
Compared to that the behind of Astralopitecus Kartasiensis species is used purely for display. The bigger the display, the higher the likelihood to attract a matching Astralopitecus tw*t with delusions of musical talent as a mating partner. Additionally, the bigger the display, the higher the likelihood of attracting parasitic species of the Papparazzi Tabloides genus to swarm around it and assist in the associated rituals.
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