The National Park Service's Hallie Larsen captured the shot, which looks just like a T. Rex, last seen roaming western North American about 70 million years ago.
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Lightning strikes can take all sorts of shapes, according to the web site for the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, including a "ball, ribbon, sheet or string of beads."
Or a Jurassic Park nightmare. Might be time for an update, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.
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