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Re: Brrr, bone chilling paleopolar summers(Polar dinosaur growth and other new papers)
Has everyone forgotten that the continents were not located where they are
now? The arctic could not have supported dinosaurs when it wasn't frozen
over, since there is no dry land there. Antarctica was not always as the
south pole and was once warm.
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From: "Augusto Haro" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Sent: Sunday, August 07, 2011 5:35 PM
Subject: Re: Brrr, bone chilling paleopolar summers(Polar dinosaur growth
and other new papers)
As far as I read from Bakker's articles, it was interesting that large
non-dinosaurian reptiles were not common in these cold climates.