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Re: PALAEOCENE HADROSAUR, NEW REFS
In a message dated 10/15/01 8:23:28 AM Pacific Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<< Tracy wrote..
> << There is a large hadrosaur femur from New Mexico that is above the
> K/T boundary. It wasn't reworked into the Early Paleocene.>>
Dan Varner responded..
> How do they know that? DV
In the paper they argue that the pristine bone surface proves that it was
not transported. >>
Thanks, Darren. All the bone would have to do is roll down a cutbank onto a sandbar or floodplain. Might be a trip of a few inches. I'm from Missouri on this one... Minneapolis, Missouri. I still believe in Seismosaurus, too. DV