Friday, November 26, 2010

More Old Crocodiles, More Science, What; Is A Teabagger To Do?

100 million years old & a new species to boot.
"They were living on land and could run very fast," said Komsorn, who noticed the skull fossil in a museum in the summer of 2006. The 6-inch-long (15-centimeter-long) fossil was originally retrieved from an excavation site in Nakhon Rathchasima province, also known as Korat, but had not been identified as belonging to a distinct species.

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