Friday, February 27, 2004


Scientists have discovered dinosaur fossils in Antarctica:
Two new species of dinosaur, one a quick-moving meat-eater and the other a giant plant-eater, have been discovered in Antarctica, researchers said Thursday.

The 70 million-year-old fossils of the carnivore apparently rested for millennia at the bottom of an Antarctic sea, while remains of the 100-foot-long (30 meter) herbivore were found on the top of a mountain.

Well, one may not necessarily buy into the scientists' dating, still it gives us a vision of a very different world than we now live in.

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