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RE: My Pet Dinosaur - Re: If the asteroid had missed...
I believe that "Palaeonotologist" is the standard British/Aussie, etc.
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Subject: Re: My Pet Dinosaur - Re: If the asteroid had missed...
> Did anyone see this program on BBC's Horizon? "My Pet Dinosaur" is
> evidently what the news release stories were based on. Funny review
> of the program at:
"At the other extreme was the palaeonotologist who'd been Jurassic
Palaeonotologist? Is that someone who studies ancient backs, or the
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