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RE: italian dinosaur found in church
> From: owner-VRTPALEO@usc.edu [mailto:owner-VRTPALEO@usc.edu]
> On Behalf Of silvio.renesto
> >There are other much worse problems in my country at present,
> >however... by chance, I read
> >some comments on discovery news, and I
> >found one saying that Italian paleontologists have eggs on
> their eyes.
> >I want to make it clear that most Italian paleontologists have never
> >believed it was a dinosaur, neither it was a vertebrate.
> To make a bunch of all us sounds bad, at least.
Indeed, the photo I've seen of it looks to me like an ammonoid cross-section.
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