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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?

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