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Re: Carcharias [Was Re: Oviraptorids as Parrots?}



At 10:35 AM 8/02/2006, dannj@alphalink.com.au wrote:
On Wed, 08 Feb 2006 10:32:42 +1000, Chris Glen wrote
> At 10:15 PM 7/02/2006, Colin McHenry wrote:
>
> The grey nurse and tiger shark are from two different orders....
>

Yes - but the grey nurse and the sand tiger are the same species (just
different common names in different parts of the world).

Yeah, but the name sand tiger often leads to confusion or association with the tiger shark



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