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I seem to remember hearing that the Deinonychus specimens were found
beneath the larger herbivore, and were thus interpreted as having been
crushed by the falling animal in its death throws.  I presume this was a
hyped interpretation though.  Does anyone know the truth?

Neil Clark
Curator of Palaeontology
Universtiy of Glasgow