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In a message dated 7/20/00 6:55:45 PM EST, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<< If preservation of tyrannosaurs is so much more favored in the Nemegt
Formation then in North America, why can't you get unusually better
preservation of juvenile mortality as well? >>
Considering that a large predatory dinosaur such as Tarbosaurus would
probably have spent 80% of its lifespan at its adult size, one would expect
80% of the preserved specimens to be adults, not the other way round.