Arthropleura 8.5 ft. long relative of centipedes and millipedes native to the Late Carboniferous (340 - 280 million years ago) of what is now northeastern North America and Scotland.  It is the largest known land invertebrate of all time.

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    And Scotland?? Woo! We had an interesting prehistoric beastie!
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    Imagine walking down the hall of the chem wing and this is scuttling towards you
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    EIGHT AND A HALF FEET LONG
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