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Re: dino-bones from the Tertiary?



In a message dated 99-03-15 11:55:52 EST, you write:

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 Message from Thomas Hammann
 <THammann@t-online.de>
 
 
 Hi all,
 
 I often ask myself if there is really not one single dino-bone found in the 
 earliest Tertiary-layers? Maybe there's someone who knows a definitive
answer... 
  >>

  There are many "single dino-bones found in the earliest Tertiary-layers",
most, if not all(?) being teeth. The problem remains that no dinosaur bones in
>articulation< have ever been found in Paleocene deposits. Dan Varner.