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Re: Dino population sizes?

And even relative populations are hard to determine becuase of the relative
perservation chances and different places that they lived.  Highland dinos
are under represented wrt coastal dinos.  large dinos are oveer represented
wrt small dinos. and all that

>Date: Wed, 19 Apr 1995 15:43:09 -0400
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>From: sean.kerns@sdrc.com (Snake)
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> > Does the scientific community feel that they are able to realistically
> > gauge the size of the population of various dinos ...?
>Not really.  The best one can really do is estimate relative
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