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Re: Armadillos at the K/T! (long)
That's true, generally. But Late Cretaceous dinosaurs were united by many
similar imperatives. According to the data I have been able to access
(Graham Worth's data base) over 90% of late K dinos were larger than
ostriches (from memory, now).
Does this include avian dinosaurs - enantiornithines etc.
And what do you mean by "larger"?
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