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Re: Theropod "migrations"



-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Febo <larryf@capital.net>
To: dinosaur@usc.edu <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Date: 23. april 1999 18:50
Subject: Theropod "migrations"


>Here`s a problem. Just read Don Lessem`s book "Dinosaurs Rediscovered". pgs
>251-255 discuss Curries work in China and the subject of dinosaur
>migrations. It is noted how the late Cretaceous herbivorous species seem
>quite different between Asia and North America, wheras the Carnivorous
>variety were "more alike across continents" .


Not quite so. What about hadrosaurs (Saurolophus), ankylosaurs and
pachycephalosaurs?


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