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Re: The Cretaceous Middle-East



Interesting idea, but Yemen (and most of the middle East) has been a pretty traveled place.
Yemen was a busy merchant city until just a couple of hundred years ago, and caravans where all over the place, so a hidding place for Dinosaurs there seems unlikely.
Perhaps some hidden valley in the Himalayas (where you can put mongolian dinosaurs), or a far out place in the Amazonian Andes, or even somewhere in the Australian outback (they keep finding unusual species down under) like the one where those "prehistoric" trees were found a few years ago.
 
Max Salas