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This is off the subject of dinosaurs, but was interesting in a 
palentological sense.  Seems there is a researcher at the University of 
Florida that has identified a banana peel that was X million years old.  I 
didn't catch the age of the fossil, but it was found in Oregon a few years 
back and was just recently identified.  Anyone have any more information?

This brings up the question:
How do flowering plants and/or fruits overlap with the dinosaurs?  I seem to 
recall that flowers evolved either at the end of the Cretaceous or early in 
the Tertiary, but of course I could be off by a couple hundred million years