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Re: Dino eggshells found in Japan
(Posted to the Dino List by permission from Kazuo.)
> Subj: RE: Dino eggshells found in Japan
> Date: 11/12/98 6:45:38 AM Eastern Standard Time
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Kazuo Takahashi)
> To: MKIRKALDY@aol.com
> I read yourmail at CMNH archive.
> You can see eggshells photo at this site(Mainichi Shimbun) Shimbun means
> Realplayer site(Yomiuri Shimbun)
> ?°?³?p???e?I???§?ì?@???´?@?a?j?@Kazuo Takahashi
Additional information from Kazuo:
> thickness of shells is 0.7mm to1.2mm.
> The egg shells are presumed theropod's egg since their form.
> they found adult and juvenile fossils of dromaeosauridae near this
> site last year.(You can see photo at Fukui prefevtural museum site.)
> There is a possibility that they belong to dromaeosauridae .
> If you are interested in paleo art,please visit one of my site.
> I posted Seiji Yamamoto's illustrations.