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>>What's A Kronosaurus?
>>I believe that I have heard of it somewhere...
>Kronosaurus was the largest (50 or 60 feet, I think) of the
>pliosaurs (plesiosaurs' short-necked relatives)--A creature of
>considerable fearsomeness, but hardly Utahraptor material! :)
> -- Dave
I can't let this one past...
Largest Kronosaurus skeleton is approx 43 feet. As I said before, this
has a robust 9 foot skull (that's a gator type mouth as big as your
average gator. And it smiled) specially adapted to eating Utahraptors.
I have visions of Utahraptor getting pulled into the Pacific swell by the
snout, with Kronosaurus hunting a la Orca.
Chew on that...
"I vote we take off and cheese the Lasagne from orbit. It's the only way
to be sure".