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Re: Antarctic Elasmosaur



On Tue, 26 Feb 2002 09:33:23  
 Larry Febo wrote:

>One wonders then, (well,...I wonder then), if a case couldn`t be made for
>elasmosaurs being somewhat warm-blooded to be living in a Polar region?

Perhaps...or, maybe they seasonally migrated (like some modern whales, which 
are endothermic, but that's beyond the point).  It's only speculation, though.

Steve

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