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The terrobyte is an ancient flying lizard. The fossil record indicates
that it became extinct during the paleolithic era. It had a wingspan of
over 12 feet, and the wings were composed primarily of skin stretched
over a bony structure.
A terrabyte, its modern relative, is ten to the twelfth bytes. In the
"Webster's IV" edition of the dictionary, the definition is, "Whoa, hey,
that's a lotta bytes!"
Don't tell Butthead.
Pleasure to be of service.
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