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Re: Re[2]: Horner's T. rex

>From: "Cunningham, Betty" <bcunning@nssi.com>
 >      8-10 inches plus is gravel sized?  Maybe cobblestone sized,
 >      but GRAVEL sized?
Oh, alright, small cobble-sized.

(Around here riverbeds have cobbles over a foot or so in *diameter*,
so a tooth that is 8-10 in *one* *dimension* is small).

Whatever you call it however, it is in the size and weight range of
objects found in channel lags.  In fact dinosaur teeth *are* most
often found in channel lags - along with clay clasts and the like.

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