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Re: No fossil evidence for live birth



>Further to my posting about the possibility of sauropods giving live birth,
> it occurred to me that if they had carried fetuses to an advanced stage of
>maturity,  there should be some fossil evidence of this--and so far as I
>know,  there isn't.  However,  it is possible,  I suppose,  that the softer
>bone structures of fetuses might not have been preserved in the fossil record
>as were the harder bones of adults.  --Merritt Clifton,  editor,  ANIMAL
>PEOPLE.


Don't forget that there is fossil evidence for live birth among marine reptiles
                Regards 
                        Spike