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Re: Kansas to make Pteranodon and Tylosaurus state fossils and other news



Yes, but with the understanding that these state fossils are not an endorsement of the theory of evolution.

Dan


On 3/14/2014 11:47 PM, Ben Creisler wrote:
From: Ben Creisler
bcreisler@gmail.com


A number of recent news stories:


Kansas Senate to vote on making Pteranodon state flying fossil and
Tylosaurus state marine fossil--interview with Mike Everhart

http://tmn.fhsu.edu/?p=5404

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Lourinha, dinosaur town in Portugal

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-26578083

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Interview  with Tiziana Brazzatti, discoverer of Antonio
(Tethyshadros) (in Italian)

http://bora.la/2014/03/13/intervista-a-tiziana-brazzatti-scopritrice-del-dinosauro-antonio/

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Hermann von Meyer and German dinosaurs (in German)

http://www.open-report.de/263988/wie-die-dinosaurier-zu-ihrem-namen-kamen/

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Herd of titanosaurs found in Argentina by Exxon Mobil exploration team
(in Spanish)

http://www.minutoneuquen.com/notas/2014/3/13/muerta-importante-hallazgo-paleontologico-obliga-exxon-mobil-modificar-planes-87483.asp


http://www.diariolaprovinciasj.com/elpais/2014/3/14/neuquen-encontraron-fosiles-manada-dinosaurios-10527.html

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Sphenodont from Argentina (in Spanish)

http://www.rionegro.com.ar/diario/paleontologos-descubren-un-esfenodonte-enano-del-cretacico-en-la-patagonia-1801967-9574-nota.aspx




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