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Re: DINOGEORGE'S FOOTPRINTS
In a message dated 96-01-31 03:07:45 EST, email@example.com writes:
>FOOTPRINT GENERA: Dinogeorge, did I read you right? That there are
>700 separate types of footprints known to science that are not tied
>to genera known from body parts? What did you mean by doubling the
>length of the list if we include genera known only by tracks?
I haven't actually counted, but there are lots and lots of footprint genera,
and even more species. Maybe doubling is an exaggeration, but not much.