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Re: Dino Feathers



At 12:08 AM 8/5/95, GSP1954@aol.com wrote:
>Very unlikey that so many specimens of big (compared to bugs) Archaeopteryx
>blew all that way from home, they probably did live on the desert islands

        What about the plants, including the logs?

>By the way, if anyone gets the chance to visit the modern Solnhofen museum in
>the castle in Eichstatt do it, its a marvel

        Rest assured that if I _ever_ get to Germany, I ashall leave no
stone unturned!  (OK, forget I said that...  ;-)  )





Jerry D. Harris
Schuler Museum of Paleontology
Southern Methodist University
jdharris@lust.isem.smu.edu
        (Compuserve:  73132,3372)

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