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Re: Prehistoric Times (Tanystropheus)



From: "Tracy L. Ford" <dino.hunter@cox.net>

> Now, if I'm correct and it is a snap shot of how the animal moved, then
the
> animal would have had to have died in the position (which I can't
explain).
> IF the animal sank to the bottom then somehow moved into that position,
> would there be ripples in the mud to show that the animal did move? Don't
> know.

Or the dead _Tanystropheus_ has been swept along by the come-and-go of the
sea waves, if it was near a beach, that's why the fossil has this strange
position.
Just an idea passing by...

Regards - Aspidel.