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RE: The Dinosaur Debates (Was: Archaeopteryx flight)
Actually, it is still in print. (or back in print). I saw it on the shelves
at my local Borders books just last week.
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Subject: The Dinosaur Debates (Was: Archaeopteryx flight)
> Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2001 22:57:10 +0200
> From: "David Marjanovic" <email@example.com>
> Just found an error -- the thumbs of hoatzin hatchlings, as well as
> those of *Archaeopteryx*, all extend to the end of phalanx II-1
> (illustration on p. 313 of Bakker's The Dinosaur Heresies).
This mention of the book that first reawoke my childhood love of
dinosaurs reminds me of something I meant to ask a while ago. I know
that _The Dinosaur Heresies_ has went out of print some time ago, but
I noticed that _The Great Dinosaur Debate_ has appeared on amazon at
catalogued under the _Heresies_ title and bearing an uncanny
resemblance to the book I know and love.
Can anyone tell me if this a rewrite, and upgrade or a mere
re-badging? If the latter, what's the story behind the name change?
Thanks in advance,
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor | <firstname.lastname@example.org> | www.miketaylor.org.uk
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