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South Korean Dinosaur Eggs
Betty Cunningham wrote:
> this is a CNN custom news article.
> Lee and other scientists said the discovery indicated that the Korean
> peninsula was one of the main breeding grounds for dinosaurs in East
> Asia during the Cretaceous Period.
How the hell does this discovery indicate that?! It indicates
that there happened to be a nest site for some taxa at this locality at
this point in the Cretaceous and that this one just happened to be under the
right conditions to get preserved, survive the various taphonomic agents
and persist, and then get discovered. How does this now get extrapolated
into the peninsula being one of the main breeding grounds for dinosaurs
in East Asia during the Cretaceous?
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