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In a message dated 1/9/01 12:01:55 PM EST, email@example.com writes:
<< On Tue, 9 Jan 2001, Mickey_Mortimer wrote:
> Hanneke Meijer wrote-
> > The other day I was talking to a collegue at the Naturalis Museum in
> > Leiden about Archaeopteryx. He told me that he read somewhere ( I
> > don't know where) that Archie's body measured 47 mm without the head
> > and the tail. Can someone tell me if this is true, because it seems
> > very small to me.
> So we're only measuring the neck, back and sacrum here, right? This
> is really only possible to measure in the Eichstatt and Berlin
> specimens, which gives us lengths of 114.5 mm and 179 mm respectively.
> It seems you are correct in thinking the 47 mm figure was too small.
Uuhhh.... mm or cm?... >>
Certainly not cm!