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Re: FERNS... AND DINOSAURS
From: "D.W.Naish" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> OK, so certainly no tree ferns or nothin' in this part of the world, but we
> have fern meadows which are, I think, extremely interesting.
Yep, in fact it is these fern meadows of Britain (and New England as
well) that suggest to me that ferns may originally have filled many
of the niches of grass, before grass evolved.
> THE BIGGEST GLICH IN JURASSIC PARK has to be the Parasaurolophus. Just listen
> to this: "...surely not the ones that bred in the wild..." "Actually, they
> can't breed in the wild" "Why not?" "Because all dinosaurs in Jurassic Park
> are female.... There's no unauthorised breeding in Jurasssic Park......."
> "We engineered them that way.. blah blah blah - - "
> Have you worked it out yet? Look at the Parasaurolophus, and you'll see that
> great many of them are definitely not female....
Weren't they *all* male??
At least I do not *remember* any short curved crests.
The peace of God be with you.