Thanks Pete, I forgot the specifics of the article, good review.
> on Wed, 28 Jun 2006 18:32:25 +0200, Mario Petrinovich
> <mario.petrinovic1@xxxxxxxxxxx> sez:
> ` nickname:
> ` > How did grass eating dinosaurs survive without grassland? No monkeys at
> ` > that time, AFAIK. DD
> ` Don't know about life on trees, but there wasn't grass eating
> ` dinosaurs. If you take a look at dino teeth, you will see that they are made
> ` to strip fern. This is what they ate. There wasn't geassland, there wasn't
> ` grassland living animals.
> ` This is what I am talking about all the time. Grassland emerged
> ` immidiately before we have finds of first bipedals. And, look at that,
> ` grassland is maintained by fire started by bipedals (us), and bipedals are
> ` fire using, and cooked food eating species. Now, what a coincidence.
> ` -- Mario
> Ya gotta keep up, the past is changing fast:
> vincent@triumf[munge].ca Pete Vincent
> Disclaimer: all I know I learned from reading Usenet.