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Re: Dinosaurs In Canada's Arctic Regions



In a message dated 10/18/2004 5:18:14 PM Eastern Daylight Time, Jordan Mallon 
<jordan.mallon@gmail.com> writes:

<Those dino bones mentioned in the article couldn't have been
discovered this summer - Hans found virtually no vertebrate material for the 6 
weeks or whatever it was that he was in the Arctic this summer.  Mostly just 
fossil plant material.>

Seems it was two years ago:
http://north.cbc.ca/regionalnews/caches/1018dinosairOct182004.html

"Two summers ago he found the foot of a Tyrannosaurid on Bylot Island, off the 
northern end of Baffin Island. Tyrannosaurid is the dinosaur family that 
includes the infamous Tyrannosaurus Rex."

Mary