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Re: Dinos from Cold Places
From: "Nicholas Gardner" <email@example.com>
> >And we know NOTHING about possible high mountain dinosaurs!
> Do you mean like in Bakker's "Raptor Red", whose high-altitude fauna
> included dwarf iguanodonts, a diplodocid, dromaeosaurs, troodonts and
> segnosaurs? Dinosaurs did have the lungs for it, though. They also had
> claws for it, in my honest opinion...
There were dinos on high mountains IMHO, but to find a fossil would be a
I'd imagine feathered dromies, troodontids, fluffy segnosaurs, hypsies and
other basal ornithischians, maybe dwarf tyrannosaurs, maybe basal birds, but
once more, it's just IMAGINATION, even if it's POSSIBLE!!! Mountains remains
have been broken in little bits before being in plain sediments...
Friendly - Luc J. "Aspidel" BAILLY.