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Re: OJ Oviraptor

Greg Paul wrote:

> I am not sure whether there are too many eggs in the Oviraptor nests for one
> female to have laid, but if there are a thrid alternative to those suggested
> by Martz is communal nesting by more than one female. This is practised today
> by ostriches, and perhaps rheas but I am not sure. 

    If this is the case, it is interesting that the other egg layers are 
building upon the circular arrangement.  Do any modern birds or reptiles 
arrange thier eggs this neatly?  

LN Jeff
"He put it in perspective...he said at least he wasn't number 36."