Phylogeny and palaeobiogeography of hadrosaurian dinosaurs

@article{BrettSurman1979PhylogenyAP,
  title={Phylogeny and palaeobiogeography of hadrosaurian dinosaurs},
  author={M. Brett-Surman},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1979},
  volume={277},
  pages={560-562}
}
MOST geologists agree on the placement of the continents at the end of the Cretaceous. Palaeobiologists, however, hold divergent opinions1,2. Some workers connect South America to Africa, some connect it only to North America, while others isolate South America totally. New evidence from vertebrate palaeontology suggest that a substantial land connection between North and South America existed 85–100 Myr ago which facilitated the passage of many terrestrial vertebrates between the continents… Expand
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