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Brooding rex? (was Feathers for T. rex)

    Regarding Kenneth Carpenter's book entitled, Eggs, Nests, and Baby
Dinosaurs: A Look at Dinosaur Reproduction, Ralph W. Miller III said, "Read
Carpenter's book -- you are bound to learn something from it you don't
already know."

    This is just to chime in with a big AMEN!  It is rare to find any book
so thoroughly imbued with a vast amount of information, insight, superb
illustrations, and good quality photos.  In fact there is absolutely no way
to demonstrate how wonderful the book is without shoving it in a dinophile's
face and insisting it be examined thoroughly.  Since that's not practical
for me to do, I can only say that if you're really serious about any matters
concerning dinosaur reproduction, do yourself a favor and add this book to
your library.  It is a wonderful reference that the serious dinosaur
researcher or student will come to treasure for years. Through it, one
learns many wonderful things.

    Ray Stanford

"You know my method.  It is founded upon the observance of trifles." --
Sherlock Holmes in The Boscombe Valley Mystery