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Re: Bambiraptor tedium

In a message dated 11/22/00 11:35:42 AM Pacific Standard Time, 
dinogami@hotmail.com writes:

<< Someone with more knowledge than I please pipe in here, but are the laws 
 in Canada not similar?  As I understand it, in Canada, all fossils (or 
 vertebrates, at least), are considered the property of the government, 
 regardless of whether they come from private or public land.   >>

  Kevin Padian mentions this in his article in Palaeontologia Electronica. 
The result of this has been the migration of Canadian commercial collectors 
to the US. It's getting crowded out there. Dan Varner.