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RE: Feathered Dragons: Studies on the Transition from Dinosaurs to Birds
From: "Tim Williams" <email@example.com>
Bakker and Bir, 2004. Dinosaur crime scene investigations: Theropod
behavior at Como Bluff, Wyoming, and the evolution of birdness. 301-342.
Sounds like it could be an interesting article. Is it?
I'd love to know, too. Bakker wrote a children's book about a _Deinonychus_
pack last year and made reference to their shed teeth as "bullets" found at
a crime scene investigation. Sounds like this might be related...
Thanks for the summary, Mickey. Is the book worth buying, in your opinion?
Ah, yes. To buy or not to buy? THAT is the question.
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