Monthly Archives: December 2009

Crocodiles in the shadow of the dinosaurs

Crocs: past and present The crocodile line The archosaurs of today are a study in contrast — the crocodiles are rulers of the fresh waters, large ectotherms with relatively short spurts of activity. However this activity when exhibited occurs with … Continue reading

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Microlith fragments from riverine deposits of mahArAShTra

The above are from the deposits of a tributary of the mUlaka-gomUtraka (modern Mula-Mutha) that we picked up near Bhuleshvara: Row 1- recent and sub-fossil shells, and pebbles from the deposit bearing the microliths Row 2- flint cores. Row 3- … Continue reading

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