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Re: What really happened 65 Ma ago (not a joke)

K and T Dykes wrote:
> Victorians of the Lower Cretaceous
> http://home.arcor.de/ktdykes/monotrem.htm#victoria
> (Kollikodon and Steropodon are from NSW, but they get a mention.  Some
> undescribed remains from Victoria suggest mammals of a relatively large size
> as well.)

Yep - a decent sized monotreme humerous from Dinosaur Cove in Victoria.
See also:
...written by some Australian bloke. I think it's more remarkable how
small some of these mammals got, considering the cool to positively
frigid conditions at the time. Imagine the size of the eggs that
micro-monotremes like Teinolophos layed.


Dann Pigdon
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