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Re: pelicanomimus

>...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 ...
>John Rafert       jrafert@xray.indyrad.iupui.edu

I thought that, _BY_DEFINITION_, ornithomimids had no teeth. If I'm right, what
should it be categorized as?

Scott Horton
Geophysicist/Computer Programmer