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Re: Fw: parental care (cobra)

> Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2003 11:03:35 +1100
> From: Dann Pigdon <dannj@alphalink.com.au>
> > But to be sure of dinosaur behaviour we have to be able to travel
> > through time.
> Hah! Not even then. There are plenty of extant species for which we
> know almost nothing. Even things as large as whale sharks are mostly
> a mystery, despite a lot of scientific research. Trying to find a
> sauropod or two in the Mesozoic world wouldn't have been as easy as
> you'd think.

Does anyone know of any work on estimating dinosaur population
density?  References?  Many thanks.

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