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RE: dino-teeth from the Tertiary



secondary deposition.

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> From:         THammann@t-online.de[SMTP:THammann@t-online.de]
> Sent:         Monday, March 15, 1999 3:16 PM
> To:   dinosaur@usc.edu
> Subject:      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)
> <THammann@t-online.de> 
>