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Re: K-T Theories
On Feb 6, 4:25pm, Stan Friesen wrote some stuff on the subject: RE: K-T
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> > It would explain why all large creatures died out. But why would
> > ALL of Dinosauria die out? Why not all of Mammalia and Reptilia? Were
> > there no dinosaurs smaller than the largest surviving mammal at that
> > time?
> Well, remember that by then the smallest dinosaur was probably Troodon,
> or a close relative.
> The largest mammal at the time was about the size of a cat
> (and a small one at that).
> There seems to have been no overlap in size at all, so the
> largest surviving mammal was, perforce, smaller than the
> smallest Late Maastricthian dinosaur.
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> The peace of God be with you.
>-- And that's the end of stuff from Stan Friesen
What evidence is there to support this? It would seem, to me, to be