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Re: Archie bones
>Yes. I suggest the bones were not hollow because Archy was a diving bird.
>This character appears in penguins, etc. to reduce their natural buoyancy.
Can I assume you are kidding here? Anyway, I thought that it was now known
that the bones were, in fact, hollow in Archaeopteryx (and if Archie was a
specialized diver I will personally eat the entire Berlin specimen, bedrock
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