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Re: WWD - layman's view



At 06:14 pm 29/04/00 -0700, Terry W. Colvin wrote:
>Here is my list of guessed spellings:
<snip>

>Lypleurodon - marine giant with large flippers
        Liopleurodon.

>Coelusuchus - old reptile that lived in Antarctic rivers and forest ponds
        Koolasuchus..

>BTW, what is this temperate Antarctic forest theory?  Is this a stretching
>of the data to account for fossils found in cold regions?  Did dinosaurs
>migrate with the seasons?
        Some of the dinosaurs from Victoria have large eyes, suggesting that 
they
operated in low light levels, much like those longer winters found closer
to the poles..
        Also, IIRC, there are plant fossils, indicating the climate, yes?


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