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   Happened to catch Paleoworld last night, and noticed that their drawing
of Spinosaurus had a Baryonx head.

   There was a recent discussion on the list about this, but I don't recall
anybody saying anything about the ancient environment that Spinosaurus lived in.

   If memory serves, speculation is that Baryonx's head shape was a
specialization for fish catching.  Did Spinosaurus live in an environment in
which one would expect such a large fish catcher (dolphin safe, I'm sure).

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