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Charlotte Brontosaurus

The concept: "Hampered by an avian respiratory system, a reptilian resting metabolism, and four left feet, Charlotte Brontosaurus wasn't too fond of physical activity, and instead passed the time writing. Her indoor dino ways led to the creation of the most critically acclaimed book of the Toarcian period, Jane Eyre. Originally publishing the novel under the pseudonym Currer Belodon to avoid sauropod discrimination, Charlotte eventually revealed herself and spent the rest of her days sipping decanted swamp water among high-society megareptiles."

The Real Deal: English author Charlotte Brontë is best known for writing Jane Eyre in 1847, but did you know she first wrote it under the pen name Currer Bell?

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