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Re: Dino/bird amphibians
In article <email@example.com>, Dora Smith
> Yes, many coelurusaurian (sp?) dinosaurs were very much like birds.
One of the Archaeopteryx specimens identified in the mid-1980s
was actually found in about 1957 (revision : 1955) but identified as a
Compsognathus because no-one noticed the very faint feather
tml has a nice, directly lit image of this specimen which shows the
common dendritic manganese-iron oxide growths.
[I combined fossicking at Solenhofen with total-eclipsing at Dachau in
1999. Enjoyable, but no "wee-birdy" for me <G>.]
Location: 57°10' N, 02°09' W (sub-tropical Aberdeen), 0.021233
Written at Tue, 21 Jun 2005 08:26 +0100
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