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Re: dino dna

>> Also, my data soes not support a
>>cretcious theropod-modern day bird line, instead, the birds show a common
>>ancestral split predating the dino-mammal split by at least 40 MY.
>This I can live with. Very exciting! (But PREDATING a dino-mammal split?
>Needs more data.)

Would you explain this "dino-mammal" part.  I thought that dinosaurs
evolved from a separate group than mammals.


Q.  What arthropod was good with computers?

A.  The Trilobyte.