Richard A. Thulborn

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Richard Anthony (Tony) Thulborn is a British paleontologist. He is recognized as an expert in dinosaur tracks, and as one of the most productive paleontologists of his time.[1][2]

In 1982, Thulborn debunked the purported plesiosaur embryos discovered by Harry Govier Seeley. Thulborn concluded that Seeley's supposed embryos were actually nodules of mudstone and shale derived from sediments that once filled in a crustacean burrow system and were not even animal body fossils.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Holtz, Thomas R. (2012). "Dinosaur Hunters of the Southern Continents". In Brett-Surman, Michael K.; Holtz, Thomas R.; Farlow, James O. The complete dinosaur (2nd ed.). Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press. p. 113. ISBN 0253008492.
  2. ^ Collins, Ben (28 May 2012). "James Price Point world's only landscape to be shaped by dinosaur traffic". ABC Kimberley. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 14 Oct 2014.
  3. ^ Ellis, Richard, (2003) "The Plesiosaurs" in Sea Dragons - Predators of the Prehistoric Oceans. University Press of Kansas. ISBN 0-7006-1269-6.