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Re: 100% goose-free responses (longish and eggy, though)
On Thu, 8 Jun 2000, Stanley Friesen wrote:
> You keep forgetting: bracken fern is every bit as good as grass for hiding.
It's not obvious to me what role bracken plays/played now or then. Stan,
could you spell it out a bit more. i thought this plant was limited in
its range--although I've heard of desert bracken.
> >Again, a change in dentition has been observed. Dental diversification
> >increases in the latter part of the Cretaceous: from specialized
> >insectivorous to omnivorous types.
> Among *mammals*. This completely ignores the non-mammalian egg predators,
> which may have been more diverse prior to the Tertiary.
- From: Ronald Orenstein <firstname.lastname@example.org>