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Re: "Largest" Dino Find In British Columbia :o) (HUMOR)



    The article to which the link (See below.) led said, "Some of the 95- to
97-million-year-old bones have been identified as ornithopod, a term
referring to dinosaurs with bird-like features, Dr. Helm said."

    :-o  And bovines make the sounds of nightingales!  :o)

    Ray Stanford

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

----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard W Travsky" <rtravsky@uwyo.edu>
To: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, July 09, 2002 1:25 PM
Subject: "Largest" Dino Find In British Columbia


Found this by entering "dinosaurs" as a search term on news.google.com
(which, interestingly enough, returned a hit on the Rolling Stones).


http://www.globeandmail.ca/servlet/RTGAMArticleHTMLTemplate/C/20020703/wdino
?hub=homeBN&tf=tgam%252Frealtime%252Ffullstory.html&cf=tgam/realtime/config-
neutral&vg=BigAdVariableGenerator&slug=wdino&date=20020703&archive=RTGAM&sit
e=Front&ad_page_name=breakingnews

Prince George  Paleontologists have located the biggest find of dinosaur
bones in provincial history in a canyon in northeastern B.C.

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