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Re: Australian dinosaurs after the K/T boundary?

>On a National Geographic special on PBS this week, mention was made that
>dinosaurs may have survived beyond the K/T boundary in Australia. The reason
>given was that Australia was near the south pole at that time, and this
>acclimatized the dinosaurs to the colder weather that followed the K/T 
>Does anyone know what evidence this claim of dinos beyond the Cretaceous Era is
>based on?

This sounds like some wild story that was elaborated
out of a newspaper article about that arctic researcher
who was gored by a triceratops last week.  I wouldn't put
any stock in it...

Larry Smith