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Re: Mesozoic birds
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From: "Dino Guy Ralph" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 24, 2005 6:59 PM
Subject: Re: Mesozoic birds
"Ian Paulsen" <email@example.com>wrote:
Is there a book out there along the lines: A Field Guide to Mesozoic
Along similar lines, see numerous sample illustrations from _Fossil Birds
of China_ at
another book you might enjoy.
On one of the pages the captions goes:
How many can you identify?
Caudipteryx, Confuciusornis, Sinosauropteryx, Sinornithosaurus, Pterosaurs
(flying dino), Changchengornis, Psittacosaurus (beaked dino),
Zhangheotherium (the only mammal).
Apart from the "flying Dino" funny mention, what I wonder is where is the
mammal? I looked as much as I could but couldn't see it.