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4B Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Vickie Robbennolt gets a closer look at insects trapped in amber. Photos by Alicia Knadler Dino Don Daily describes how each inch of a shark tooth represents about 10 feet in body length, so this fossilized shark tooth is from a specimen of at least 50 feet in length. A table of fossils is a welcome attraction to be poured over after an entertaining presentation about their origins. Alicia Knadler guests so well that millions Indian Valley Editorof years zoomed by in an un- aknadler@plumasnews.com believably short 90 minutes. Many of the fossils he Dino Don Dailey brought shared were like tangible ex- dinosaurs to life again in clamation points, including Taylorsville with his presen- all three types: molds, casts tat]on at the Mount Juraand imprints. Gem and Mineral Society There were petrified speci- potluck and meeting Mort- mens of wood and bone, and day, Aug. 27 several illustrations, includ- Dailey shared photos anding one from when the moon specimens of dinosaurs and used to be only 109,000 miles their fossils collected during away from the Earth instead his travels all over the West, of the 250,000 it is today. including Arizona, where the Most of the crowd handled best shows are, and Utah, and turned over fossils of where some of the best late Juras- early lifel including those sic digs are. from the earliest times when Using a lesson plan de- there were only microbes signed for his high school like blue-green algae that earth science class, Dailey could make their own food. enthralled members and Dailey reinforced that with Serving the medical needs to Westwood, Clear Creek, Hamilton Branch and the surrounding areas of the Almanor Basin. Come visit our providers. Walk Ins Welcome! 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The first amphibians es- caped the predators of the sep, yet had to return to wa- ter to lay their eggs, Dailey said, like the toads and sala- manders of today. Eventually some evolved into reptiles and could lay eggs outside water, some de- veloped different kinds of teeth and became mammals. He spoke in terms of mil'- lions of years ago when he told stories about dragonflies with three-foot wingspans and. sharks more than 50 feet long. He injected humor too, when talking about the fan- tasies of "Jurassic Park" and a computer model two uni- versity students created to show what modern dil nosaurs might look like if they had evolved instead of dying out. That photo created a stir, since it showed the familiar image used in the movies of a large-eyed, rather reptilian alien, or maybe it was more like the old-time science fic- tion swamp creature. "You won't find any di- nosaur bones in California," he warned those who might catch the archaeology bug, since the whole state was on the ocean floor until about 40 million years.ago or so. Dinosaur fossil hunters must travel halfway across Nevada to!chthyosaur State Park, what used to be the coastline back then, before the tectonic plates'broke apart the huge continent of Pangaea. 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