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Re: Little skulls...
At 11:50 PM 10/12/99 -0700, Jaime A. Headden wrote:
> The two skulls (both with snouts, partial orbits,
>lower jaws, and one (not pictured in several articles
>describing the find) with a partial braincase) were
>found associated with the broken fragments of eggs
>next to the fragment preserving the embryo. Norell et
>al. state that the skulls demonstrate a degree of
>ossification comparable to the ovi embryo, suggesting
>these were either hatchlings or embryos. ...
I now have a new hypothesis! Dino-cuckoos. These dromaes were hatched
from eggs laid in the Oviraptor nest by the female dromae, in a manner
similar to the way a cuckoo lays its eggs in the nests of other species of
[Now: how do we distinguish this scenario from them being food ?]
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