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Re: T. REX THE HUNTER(finding cover)
On Tue, 17 Feb 1998, Allan Edels wrote:
> One must remember that vast forests existed thoughout much of the land
> mass (yes I know that there were deserts, mountains, etc. - BUT there was an
> immense amount of vegetation in the world - to feed all those herbivores).
> In forested areas, it is possible to hide very large objects for long
> periods of time - as an example, look at how hidden such places as Tikal,
> and Ankor Waat were until tje past century.
Well, that's a semi testable notion. Given what we know about the
vegetation of the day, would it have been of sufficient height and
density to "hide" large critters?