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Re: Mammals preying on giant azhdarchid pterosaurs!

Not to mention the non-involvement of mammals in the destruction
of ammonoids, many bivalve/gastropod mollusks (especially the reef
building rudistids), most foraminifera and calcareous nannoplankton
groups and many broad-leaved evergreen angiosperm groups (gnawed away
by mammals?) - all of which just happened to buy the farm at about
the same time as the dinosaurs.


>--- Larry Dunn <majestic_cheese@yahoo.com> wrote

>My guess would be that he is asking why so many
>species of marine reptiles suffered the same sort of
>sudden termination suffered by all species of
>non-avian dinosaurs, and at the same time.  Mammals
>may have been intrepid at getting at eggs, but not
>that intrepid.  Not a bad question.
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