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Fossil skeleton of dinosaur-eating snake is 67 million years old

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An ancient snake that ate baby dinosaurs has been discovered - preserved 67 million years ago as it was killed in pursuit of its final meal.

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Kutch Science of INDIA

Hornchurch, UK

#1 Mar 6, 2010
Fossil skeleton of dinosaur-eating snake is 67 million years old
I think thats not the truth, ONLY thing is just by contradicting own wiews with ORIGINAL researcher.
The fossils were found in 1987 in the Lameta Formation in Gujarat, by a team led by Dhananjay Mohabey, of the Geological Survey of India — but the snake was originally misidentified as a hatchling dinosaur.
I doubt actually Dr Wilson has actually seen the specimen or visited the fossil site. Else if he he has then HE must have presented those atleast two pictures of visiting fossil site in situation and the actual true picture of FOSSIL itself.
befor saying this He should have done that.
Its true identity was recognised from its bone pattern by Jeff Wilson of the University of Michigan.“I saw the characteristic vertebrae of a snake beside the dinosaur eggshell and larger bones and I knew it was an extraordinary specimen, even if I couldn’t put the whole story together at that point,” Dr Wilson said
Kutch Science from Science Group of INDIA
Science Group Of India

Watford, UK

#2 Mar 17, 2013
Dinosaurs Search expedition programme of Chariabet north of
the Khadir in great Rann of KUTCH
All geologists and Palaeontologists are welcome to join and contact us as early as possible.

Balasinor is declared as a
fossil reserved area for the dinosaurs' fossil land, Kutch has multiple
varieties of fossils along with rare soft body type of fossils and
those needs protection from steeling mentality traders and vandals. Many of the fossils of vertebrates
including Land mammals and dinosaurs have been found in Kutch but fossils of
marine vertebrates are hardly identified. Specimen
of eggs of the crocodilian vertebrate of the marine fossil layers of
BLACK Hills of Kutch has been misidentified as Dinosaur egg. As that are has no
dinosaurs fossils found.

Area of the RANN of
the Kutch Known dinosaurs' fossil is under the Military and BSF protection from
such traders and vandals
but following area needs the further protection as reserved fossil land. Land area is about 170Mn years Old
and close by the KAURBET area where Dr Biswas has visited in kaurbet area for
ONGC drilling and discovered specimens of 170Mn years Old dinosaur’s fossils.
But none of specimens are in KUTCH.

Area of the Deccan trap area
near ANJAR - Kutch Anjar Deccan trap fossil not made public and not traceable – need
to keep fossils in Kutch Museums.

Deccan trap area near Asambia,
Excavated for Dinosaur head in last century but No trace of specimen, might
have exported during that time.

But the richest area of
Dinosaurs is Cheriabet North of Khadir in the Great RANN of KUTCH is still
unexplored. So plan has been made in April 2013 to explore the area in the
Great Rann of KUTCH north of the KHADIR. Most of the residents are unaware of
the area as the area has difficult approach and as north Hill side of
Hadambhadang 900Ft is collapsed on Northeren Rann side.

A science group expedition
team is prepared with students and plan is prepared to explore area and record
all findings and recording all specimens. Samples will be kept in Museum for
the further study.

2 day tracking rout for
expedition is prepared and picture library is kept on site to compare with
other dinosaurs species.

Pictures and recording will be
stored by Dr Bhudia, In Science Group Geology Library. And also will be
discussed with world palaeontologist on group site

From yours Dr. BHUDIA Science Group Of INDIA

President:'Kutch Science Foundation'.

Founder :'Kutch Amateurs Astronomers Club -
Bhuj - Kutch'.

Life Member:'kutch Itihaas Parishad'.

Do visit our ABOVE Clubs/Groups of
Science Groups of India.

Ref: 2006, Vol. 80/1, p. 34–51, 31-03-2006 0031–
0220/06/0080– 0034

camarasauromorph sauropod (Dinosaur) in the Middle Jurassic (Bajocian) of the
Khadir Island, Kachchh, Nine bones from the Bajocian of the Khadir
Island are all assignable to sauropods or dinosaurs at least. three of them can
be compared to certain sauropod genera more closely. The fibula indicates close
relationship with Camarasaurus, the
metacarpal bears resemblence to Janenschia, Camarasaurus and
Brachiosaurus; and the claw is most similar to claws of Brachiosaurus. Gen. sp indet. Note:

Lord Vader Garfield

Honolulu, HI

#3 Mar 17, 2013
Wow, I'll count you guys as top long exhausting freakin' dumb posters for 2013-9999.

Richmond, Canada

#4 Mar 18, 2013
Lord Vader Garfield wrote:
Wow, I'll count you guys as top long exhausting freakin' epic posters for 2013-9999.
Wow ''lord vader'' you really need to be nice to other people.You EVEN have to make OTHER people FIX your MISTAKES....
Lord Vader Garfield

Honolulu, HI

#6 Mar 19, 2013
Wow, your dumb brain has a injection of messy cossucionness. For sure, your brain cells injected your brain, you don't have a brain. I have question for you: Are you a Major T.Rex fanboy?

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