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In a message dated 96-01-11 13:49:43 EST, swf@ElSegundoCA.ATTGIS.COM (Stan
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Klaus Richter)
> > Germany seems to be a country with few dinosaur
> > remains, especially the Jurassic and the Cretaceous. Okay, for the
> > Jurassic, we've Compsognatus, Archaeopteryx and for the Cretaceous the
> > famous Iguanodon, but beside this, we have only a few signs of
> > dinosaur live ...
>You forgot the most famous of all the German dinosaurs: Plateosaurus.
>This was found in great numbers in Triassic quarries in Germany.
And the enigmatic _Stenopelix_, a basal marginocephalian about which we
cannot tell whether it was a pachycephalosaur or a psittacosaur. And the
marvelous _Emausaurus_, the world's geologically oldest-known, most primitive