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Re: Not dinosaurs, but damn cool!
There's a summary of giant squid palaeontology at
>From what I can gather from a quick read, _Architeuthis_ seems to be
not at all related to the other forms of large squid known from
Cretaceous fossils. The diagram showing phylogeny and stratigraphy
suggests that there is a whack of ghost lineage with this animal (but
what else would we expect from this thing?).
The site also has some info on _Architeuthis_ neontology.
T. Michael Keesey wrote:
On 9/28/05, Aidan Karley <email@example.com> wrote:
In article <NDBBIAJHGJBHMGNKDFAHAEMILCAA.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Jr.
Thomas R. Holtz wrote:
Giant squid photographed while alive in the wild!
Brings up a good question: how far back do _Architeuthis_ and related
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