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Re: Dinosaur DNA



At 08:04 AM 06/02/01 -0800, Steven Coombs wrote:
Haddadin says he has focused on the amber containing
wasps and midges
because of their "great importance as stinging insects
which might have
stung a dinosaur and kept its DNA in their stomachs."

Ummm - how does a wasp get DNA in its stomach by stinging something?


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