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Re: dino-teeth from the Tertiary

> Dan wrote:
>   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.

That's quite interesting! Does someone know of which species these teeth 
(bones?) are? Where were they found and how old are they exactly?
Many thanks for all your informations...

Nice greetings,
Thomas (Germany)