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>From: Tom Holtz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Hmm, is this saying it is a maniraptoran?
>Actually,it is nothing at all like either Velociraptor or Tyrannosaurus.
>Afrovenator looks like a basic "carnosaur", and appears to be related to
Ah, then it is provisionally what I would call a megalosaurid.
I didn't *think* the picture in the newspaper looked tryrannosaurid!
> Afrovenator was named in the Oct. 9 issue of Science.
That's official enough.
And it is one of the few journals published frequently enough
for me to have missed the publication.
The peace of God be with you.