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Re: Amazing Tendaguru and the most prolific localities in the world

Mike Taylor said (in response to the initial paragraph below):

>> I also wonder, which localities on the whole world would
>> professional paleontologists consider the most prolific and valuable
> >for the "dinosaur paleontology". My humble opinion would be:
> >1.) Liaoning (SE China)

Naah, Liaoning is crap. It doesn't have _any_ brachiosaurs.

Wouldn't it be great to find a 'brach' at Liaoning, with THAT kind of preservation?!!? WoW!


Allan Edels