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Re: mosasaur babies/no marine dinos
> Implicit in this is your assumption that cold currents _never_ could have
> brought them North. This seems unlikely to me.
Why? There have certainly always been the warm equatorial currents, e. g.
the Equatorial Countercurrent, which flows from Indonesia straight to
Columbia and prevents the Humboldt Stream from reaching further north. (It
contains the 2 islands I mentioned yesterday, so there pretty certainly are
no penguins there.) It should have continued into the Gulf Stream before