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first dinosaur

Sorry, no idea why first email didnt post.

I have been reading a new book called Dinosaurus by Steve Parker that mentions Eoraptor as a mid-triassic dinosaur. Everything I have read says that there have been no dino remains found before late Triassic times. Has there been a new discovery or a shift in thinking recently or is this just a case of a wishfull Paleoauthor getting a little to keen (a situation I often find myself falling into)


Phil Hore

National Dinosaur Museum

Canberra, Australia

ph (02) 62302655

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