Marine reptiles didn’t die out when they were supposed to … or something …
|January 9, 2012||Posted by News under extinction, News|
From “German marine reptile find rewrites fossil record” (BBC News, January 5, 2012), we learn:
German experts have found a new species of prehistoric marine giant from a time when most of that family of reptiles were thought to have died out.
The rare ichthyosaur find from the Braunschweig area, northern Germany, is 130 million years old, dating from the Lower Cretaceous era.
Most ichthyosaur fossils date from the Jurassic era, millions of years before.
Well, either life is wrong or the theory is wrong.
There. Glad that’s settled.
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