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Re: No Cretaceous placental mammals?

Going somewhat at a tack, I hadn't heard of any Maastrichtian vertebrates
from Antarctica. Wherever that site quite is, I'm pleased they found one.
Find one vertebrate, and it's a good place to look for more.

That depends, because the site is marine. Plenty of plesiosaurs, *Polarornis*, *Vegavis*, fish, and lots of ammonites...

Going totally off-track, I've heard there should be a Lower Cretaceous trity
(-lodontid) cynodont appearing some time in the not too distant future.

A third one?