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... most of the animal life of the region. Almost the only large animal found here is
the coneater, a 3-metre-long (10 ft) hypsilophodont that resembles its Cretaceous
ancestors. The hypsilophodonts were a very widespread and successful group ...
Like the balaclav, too, it has evolved from the successful hypsilophodonts of the
Cretaceous period. As such, it has probably come into the Oriental realm across
the vast mountain range from the Palaearctic realm, rather than having been ...
It probably evolved from the hypsilophodonts that were present on the
Australasian continent in the Mesozoic period. The related crackbeaks must have
evolved there as well, and spread to the Oriental realm along the island chains.
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Many sf writers have created worlds where dinosaurs still walk the earth, but Dixon's new book pursues the premise in the most realistic way yet. In After Man: A Zoology of the Future (LJ 10/15/81 ... Read full review
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