pre-historic plants

Kim Hignell dobee at nru.com.au
Fri Apr 21 21:08:27 EST 2000


Bob Weber <bobweber at loop.com> wrote in message
news:38FE8585.B8B9B1E4 at loop.com...
> I am currently writing a news article on pre-historic  plants.  These
> are plants that pre-date history, but are still thriving today.
> Examples, of course, on the cycads and dawn redwood. I need more,
> especially plants with an interesting history that would appeal to
> children.
> Plants the dinosaurs ate, of course, would be most intriguing.   Let me
> know at
>
> bobweber at loop.com
>
> Thanks!!!!!!
>
Dont forget about the newest dinosaur plant found in Australia a couple of
years ago.
The "Wollombi Pine"






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