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Responding to Nannotyrannus inquiries.

Having seen the Nannotyrannus skull at the Cleveland museum, it is apparent
to me that it is not a juvenile. The skull is quite small but seems to have
adult features: a long maxilla that seems to be proportional in size to that
of an adult Tyrannosaur, instead of the foreshortened and flattened feature
that one finds on many dinosaur juveniles. Its teeth are also proportional in
size to an adult. All bone seems to be fully ossified, as well.
  -- Pterodon, editor, Dinosaurus mag.