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Splash in Popular Science
On page 32 in the recent Popular Science (January 2002, I always find it
interesting when they publish a month a head) there's a short article on
Leonardo a new specimen of Brachylophosaurus. I then realized I didn't have
The Judith River Dinosaur Institute web site linked on my museums
abbreviations page (now fixed).
This nice new, nearly complete specimen has skin impressions, and a comb or
fan extending down the back. I wonder if they mean like in the old Knight
paintings? Could he have been right?
You can either go to the Popular Science web site or to the Judith River
Dinosaur institute site (which the PS site actually goes to).
On page 25 there's an ad for a personal hovercraft on which the rider stands
on. I wonder if it'd work out in the field...
Tracy L. Ford
P. O. Box 1171
Poway Ca 92074