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     I heard an interesting report on PBS radio this morning as I drove in 
to work. Apparently there has been a discovery of a new ornithomimid in 
Spain by Perez-Moraino(sp?). It is a skull, and has a Pelican like beak with 
200 teeth. They said it is estimated at 130myo, making it one of the, if not 
the oldest ornithomimid known.  Do any of you have any additional 
information that you could share to enlighten us?

John Rafert       jrafert@xray.indyrad.iupui.edu
Indiana University
Department of Radiologic Sciences
Indianapolis, Ind.
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