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Re: giant toothed bird-species or genus that lasts 50 million yrs?
Yes, but what I am trying to ask is would an
"Apatosaurus firstuvus" as a species last 10's of millions of years before
"secundus" came around - or a species very closely related such as eastern and
diamondback rattlers - not rattlesnakes as a whole or a very large genus.
It would seem at first glance there would be a die-off/replacement of another
species within the same genus?
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From: Matthew Martyniuk <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Depends on the group. Many modern bird groups have been around for
that long or longer.