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I'm trying without success to find an article(s) on a spectacular mass
mortality event of fossil turtles. The details as I recall are as follows:
1. Site is in somewhere in South America; dated Early Cretaceous?
2. Was found during blasting for a railroad.
3. Authors last name might be Wood.
4. Tens of thousands of Turtles had perished.
Does this ring a bell with anyone? If so, please reply offline with
citation(s), authors name, address or email if known.
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