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Re: Archie bones

>Despite the statement about solid bones in Archaeopteryx showing up again
>and again in ornithology texts (and creationist tracts!), there is no
>evidence that the bones of Archie are solid.  No one is going to let me prep
>open the bones to prove this, but by phylogenetic inference (in either BAAM
>or BCF!), the bones of Archaeopteryx are expected to be hollow.

Could we subject one of the specimens to a cat-scan or x-ray to see what's on 
the inside?


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