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Re: Tyrannosaur landscapes
>At any rate, I'm an old enough of a fogey to remember a
>Triceratops pasted on a Zallinger painting of a tropical rain forest from
>_The World We Live In_as the paradigm of the Hell Creek. I could never figure
>out what would happen if that Triceratops should have to run forward or have
>to turn around. I've seen moose do it in heavy brush, but Triceratops?
Well, African and Asian elephants, and Javan and Sumatran rhinos, get along
in rainforest habitats today.
Ronald I. Orenstein Phone: (905) 820-7886
International Wildlife Coalition Fax/Modem: (905) 569-0116
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