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Re: Theory of Non-Avian Dino Extinction



Not only does the theory of continential drift weaken as a possible
explanation of temperate/tropic migration, but it doesn't even begin to
explain the migration patterns of Trans-arctic Terns.
Also, I have heard this theory  (continential drift)  advanced as a
possible explanation of long range sea turtle migrations.  What are the
patterns involved here?  Primarily north/south or east/west?
And most importantly, what are the implications for dinosaur migration in
either case
(Other than the fairly obvious fact that terrestrial animals are limited
in their ranges than either flying or marine animals)?

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