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Author Topic:   Organic material in old fossils
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03-06-2013 4:13 PM

I know, I know there is a thread already on this but it went to hell very fast. Plus now I think we have more information about this. I think we need to discuss both the t-rex and the hadrosaur. Apparently the hadrosaur has even better preservation than the t rex, considering that its older. It would be nice to know wich are the decay rates of such material.

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03-06-2013 7:14 PM
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03-06-2013 4:13 PM

There's an existing thread on this topic: Soft Tissue Surviving 65 Million Years?

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