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Re: Dino sex and therm tally rant (and feather origins thrown in)

jamolnar@juno.com wrote:
> >....I'm thinking now of frogs' eggs being rubbery-shelled but would
> >you
> >consider turtle eggs rubbery-shelled?
> Yes.  Turtles, snakes, lizards, etc have rubbery-shelled eggs.  Frogs
> have shell-less eggs.  Are there fossil turtle eggs?

maybe Ken Carpenter would know.  Would we be sure if they were or were
not turtle eggs if there were no embryos?

           Betty Cunningham  
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