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Mummified Dinosaurs?

I knew I had forgotten one major question in my last barrage:

More than once I have read about "mummified" dinosaurs, but without any
explanation. Everytime I read it, I go "HUH???". I mean after 65+ million
years, you can find an animal mummified like one of those mammoths from Siberia?

Is this also just a catchy expression for something that has nothing whatsoever
to do with the common notion of a mummy?


Mike Hoffmann - Internet Administrator, Siemens-Nixdorf AG, SNI AP 1133
INTERNET: Mike.Hoffmann@mch.sni.de
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a hard time sorting out what day to meet, and whether to eat croissants or
doughnuts for breakfast - let alone how to define how all these complex layers
are going to be agreed upon." (Craig Burton in "Network World" on OSI (1987))