Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Dinosaur bones make problems Australian desal

In Australia Rare dinosaur bones and teeth found close to a proposed desalination plant that would supply this city with drinking water are affectation a potential problem to the plant's development. The 115 million year aged bones are part of a rare polar dinosaur site, just one of a partially dozen around the world, according to a November 27 article in the age.

While building on the A$3 billion project has not yet been delayed from its 2008 start and Victoria state Water Minister Tim Holding said the plant will go on with on agenda, some are calling for the state to conduct a full ecological effects statement that would consider the dinosaur ruins and existing sheltered species.


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