Re: NANFA-- Natives should get TV exposure
Thu, 14 Sep 2000 01:25:06 EDT

In a message dated 9/13/00 1:22:23 PM Eastern Daylight Time, writes:

<< I'd like to see more on prehistoric sharks. I have been able to find out
sharks used to have a much more wide spread distribution in freshwater, even
swamp sharks! >>

Yeah, I seen something on the Discovery Channel or something like it (wish
I'd recorded it) depicting this shark. It was really cool-looking in how
serpentine it looked, plus the idea that it was a swamp-dwelling shark;
definitely not your typical shark. All of the other sharks were really
unusual in appearance, too. It was rather interesting to see all of the
different niches that they filled in the ecosystem as well.
Another thing I'd like to see is prehistoric amphibians, fish,inverts, and
maybe mammals like dire wolves and cave bears. Dinosaurs are cool but they're
getting kinda played-out, especially in comparison to the other prehistoric

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