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Re: Revelation of the New Papers

Jura writes:

Dutta, D. and Ambwani, K. (2007). Capers: A food
for Upper Cretaceous dinosaurs of Pisdura, India. Current Science
(Bangalore) 92 : 897-899.


Occurrence of chelonians has been reported from the Lameta Formation of Pisdura. It is likely that other carnivorous reptiles also must have been thriving in
the same phytozones."


Why are the chelonians automatically assumed to be

That depends on what the word 'other' is meant to convey. They may be talking about other reptile species (some of which were carnivorous) rather than other carnivores specifically. Perhaps the word 'carnivorous' should have been in brackets?


Dann Pigdon
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