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RE: The Potentials....

The higher-intelligence evolved Troodon is drawn on p. 305 of Dinosaur 
Encyclopedia by David Lambert, London, Bloomsbury Books, 1994, which was 
also published in softcover under a slightly different name (Dinosaur Fact 
Finder? or something or other?; sorry, that volume is loaned out and I 
can't check it. However, there's only a sentence or two of copy. Hope this 
helps.  - Ellen Sue Blakey, Education Director, Big Horn Basin 
Foundation/The Wyoming Dinosaur Center (hey, even a nonscientist can 
contribute every once in a while!)

-----Original Message-----
From:   Close, James [SMTP:James.Close@LibertyMutual.com]
Sent:   Monday, July 27, 1998 8:47 AM
To:     Dinosaur Mailing List
Subject:        RE: The Potentials....

Some people believe the Troodon would have evolved into a higher
intelligence. I forget who, but someone even made a "life size" model of
what the Evolved Troodon would have looked like.. walking erect, rounded
face.. etc..  I recall finding something on the web on this too.. I
don't recall where... but the right Yahoo search might deliver.

Jamie Close

        From:  John M. Dollan[SMTP:dollan@cyberport.net]
        Sent:  Saturday, July 25, 1998 9:29 PM
        To:  Dinosaur Mailing List
        Subject:  The Potentials....

        Hi, all...

        As part of that little bit of speculative fiction that I'm
doing, I have
        another question.

        In your own opinions, with perhaps a little explanation, I'd
like to
        know what type of Dinosaur might have evolved into intelligence
had the
        KT extinction never occured.

        Now, I have my own thoughts on this, and I have a hunch it might
        similar to many of yours...but I'll hold off until I hear some

        Thanks, and have a good weekend!
        John M. Dollan
        Montana State University- Northern
        Graduate Assistant
        ICQ# 308260
        "To make an apple pie from scratch, you must first create the
        universe...."  Carl Sagan