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Re: See! It's all because they changed Brontosaurus's name! ;-)



The article declares the fossils there are 300 million
years old, yet it says:

"They could have been upset by the students' behaviour. Some might have taken dinosaur remains home,'' he said.

If there are any 300 million-year-old DINOSAUR remains
there, I'D FAINT TOO!!!

"A 300 million-year-old dinosaur site is a very significant discovery. I hope it is not abandoned."


-B. McFeeters

Are they really 300 million-years old?


Nick Gardner AIM - CloudRaptor05 MSN - n_gardner637@hotmail.com

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