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Re: a most savory idea for a project, ora (lly) administered
> Apparently Komodo dragon droppings contain bone fragments (see
> Auffenberg's monograph); it'd be interesting to get hold of
> see if angularity of bone chips could be created by digestive
> processes alone.
> One could give a dragon a nice tasty kitten or puppy or
> lamb or whatever,
Or Indiana-based paleontologist
> What fun. I'd do
> it myself,
That's a yes!
Couldn't the similarities have been caused by different proceses in
the two animals digestive tracts, and thus been coincidental? Dr.
Thomas Holtz Jr. has already pointed out an interesting fact about
I mean, I'm reluctant to hear critiques of Karen Chin's work --
clearly, she's #1 in #2.
Tune in tonight for a new description of pterosaur booger!
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