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Re: [Dinosaurs footprints found in Italy]



Garrison Hilliard <garrison@efn.org> wrote:
 Dinosaurs footprints found in Italy




It seems like there was much more dry land in Tethys area, than previously
believed. Dry land has been present in Northern and Southern Italy, Istria
(Slovenia and Croatia), Dalmatian islands (Croatia) and Serbia (Yugoslavia).
Given the size of the Lower Cretaceous Istrian sauropods, the conclusion of
the land bridge or peninsula connected with Africa is almost imminent.
However, apparently, this land broke apart forming archipelago with dinosaurs
becoming dwarfs on the isolated islands in the Upper Cretaceous.

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