Re: aquatic equus?

Dr. Phil Spelt (
Fri, 16 Aug 1996 15:13:01 -0400

Holly Reeser wrote:
> I am currently working from fossils from Leisey Shell Pit. In broad
> strokes....if I was assuming that finding fossils in an aquatice context
> presupposes that they were themselves aquatically adapted then my Equus
> fossils must represent a period in the evolution of the horse when they
> were too aquatic since their remains were found in association with
> marine organisms deposited in a shallow embayment. Eureka it is a
> breakthrough!

Right!! Ever heard of a --- SEA HORSE??

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