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Re: Mammals preying on giant azhdarchid pterosaurs!
At 02:10 PM 22/05/00 -0400, John Bois wrote:
On Mon, 22 May 2000, Ronald Orenstein wrote:
> However, terrestrial or semi-terrestrial crocodiles, though now extinct,
> survived well past the end of the Cretaceous (eg Quinkana from
A well-respected hypothesis--that Australia is and has been relatively
depauperate in large carnivorous mammals (Tim Flannery)--may keep my
hypothesis alive here.
Considering that your hypothesis seems to depend on small egg-eating
mammals, not large carnivores (and Australia certainly has the former,
including dasyures and bandicoots), I don't see why.
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