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Re: Warm- vs. Cold-blooded Dinos
> [Despite what has been published,
> migration from the north slope of Alaska to some place in the lower 48
> is not likely - no known living animal migrates anything like that far].
As an addendum, the dinosaurs in New Zealand would not have been able
to migrate very far as the entire land mass was well within the polar
circle during the Cretaceous......and was an island not much larger
than present day NZ. At least as far as I am aware.