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Mass Extinction[Epub] Mass Extinction Ashraf M.T. Elewa Citybreakscheap.co.uk P David Polly Department of Geological Sciences Indiana University Bloomington IN 47405 USA pdpollyindianaedu Only 200 years ago extinction was a radical new idea Fossils were known but their identity P David Polly Department of Geological Sciences Indiana University Bloomington IN USA pdpollyindianaedu Only years ago extinction was a radical new idea Fossils were known but their identity as the remains of s.

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REVIEW ï Mass Extinction ☆ [Epub] ➞ Mass Extinction ➣ Ashraf M.T. Elewa – Citybreakscheap.co.uk P David Polly Department of Geological Sciences Indiana University Bloomington IN 47405 USA pdpollyindianaedu Only 200 years ago extinction was a radical new idea Fossils were known but their identity P David Polly Department of Geological T the anatomy of the mastodon skeleton from Big Bone Lick in Kentucky could not possibly belong to a modern elephant unlike the mammoth fossils found in Europe which are so similar to the living African Elephant that many found plausible the explanation that they were bones of animals used by the Roman army Any doubt that Cuvier s mastodon still lived in the wilds of the western North American interior was crushed ten years later when the Lewis and Clark expedition failed to find any sign of the.

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