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Snapshots From the Meeting

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Science  29 Oct 2010:
Vol. 330, Issue 6004, pp. 583
DOI: 10.1126/science.330.6004.583-a

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Snapshots from the meeting include a clue to how the large, fleet-footed, meat-eating dinosaurs called abelisaurids used their stubby arms and evidence that climatic shifts can have a "kaleidoscopic" effect, breaking up communities of animals that then reassemble in new patterns.