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Re: BURROWING IN PALEOZOIC AND MESOZOIC TIMES
> From: Pieter.Depuydt@rug.ac.be
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> Subject: BURROWING IN PALEOZOIC AND MESOZOIC TIMES
> Date: Wednesday, March 18, 1998 12:28 PM
> Darren wrote:
> > According to new evidence presented recently by Sundell (1997),
> > mercoidodontoids were, in fact, burrowers.
> While we're talking about burrowing in fossil taxa, we should give
> dicynodonts their due.
> Drifted far away from dinosaurs but still arriving at
> Pieter Depuydt
Were these "wart hops" true burrowers or did they remodel previously
excavated burrows from the giant tortoise of the plains and borrow them?
Excellent remains of them and extinct cat have been found in the burrows.