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RE: Dinosaur Dreaming 2006 Field Report

>This year a partial hypsilophodont skeleton - consisting of a left pes,
>partial tibia and fibula, and most of the tail - was discovered by Mike
>Cleeland and George Caspar at a site called Eric the Red (after a
>shipwreck) near Dinosaur Cove .

The new articulated hypsilophodont site is Crayfish Bay, not Eric the

>The new >site will be investigated to see if it warrants more
systematic excavation.

We were just there last week, and we hit serious fossil pay dirt
immediately adjacent to where the ornithopod was recovered! Something
for next years report...

Brian Choo

Vertebrate palaeontologist and illustrator
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