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Re: New discovery?
I can read and write Chinese but I think the article is not technically
Translation of some points :
It refers to a discovery of new primitive bird. Unless archaeopteryx , it
is toothless and possess a beak. The forelimb is much longer than the
hindlimb. The hallux is completely reversed. It represents one of the
earliest flying bird with beaks.
However, one point is unclear in the article. It refers Sinosauropteryx as
the earliest birds fossils (??). I wonder there is a mix up of dinosaurs
and birds in the article ...
From: Richard W Travsky <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: New discovery?
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 10:48:09 -0700 (MST)
The site name can't be resolved on our system. I had to go to samspade.org
and get the IP number, fill in the rest, and I get a 404 error.
If anybody can actually get something from this site more power to ya.
On Thu, 12 Dec 2002, Dino Guy Ralph wrote:
> All I get is a blank page with a banner at the top with lots of Chinese
> calligraphy. Clicking on some of the characters squares leads to
> pages. Some pages are apparently directories of e-mail addresses. Is
> an alternate URL that actually leads to meaningful images?
> ---------Ralph W. Miller III
> ville sinkkonen wrote:
> > I found this:
> > http://www.dinosaur.net.cn/_Dino_News_2002/dino20020288.htm
> > Unfortunately I don't speak chinese, so could some one tell me what's
> > on?
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