Back in the Trefrescios Period, giant Oranges ruled the Earth. Herds of hundreds of thousands of Oranges, Tangerines, and Nectarines roamed the planes looking for fertile ground on which to lay their eggs. To the much smaller, eight-foot long cockroaches living in beach-front condos, it sounded just like thunder. The cockroaches’ lives were pretty quiet, other than the Thunder of the Oranges and the occasional attack of the Donutosaurus.
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