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Here are a few new ones.
JT Palaontologische Zeitschrift.
DA SEP 01 1995 v 69 n 3 / 4
AU Rauhut, O.W.
AU Werner, Ch.
TI First record of the family Dromaeosauridae (Dinosauria: Theropoda) in the
Cretaceous of Gondwana (Wadi Milk Formation, northern Sudan), With 7 figures
and 2 tables.
Yes! Yes! Yes!
JT Science news.
DA NOV 11 1995 v 148 n 20
TI For the Sake of Sue.
SU Cover: Not's just child's play anymore, dinosaur fossils have turned into
big business, especially the giant carnivore Tyrannosaurus rex. Federal
agents seized a unique specimen of T. rex 3 years ago in the name of
preserving public assess to the fossil. But now the specimen, known as
Sue, may end up in a private collection.
JT Modern healthcare.
DA NOV 13 1995 v 25 n 46
SU CT scanning has been used to examine some old remains, including mummies,
but a Connecticut hospital has taken it to extremes. At right, a radiologic
technician prepares a 100-million-year-old dinosaur egg for examination. The
egg was discovered in China.
JT Ieee parallel & distributed technology
DA Wint 1995 v 3 n 4
SU Stormy weather main suspect in dinosaur disappearance
JT Njea review.
DA NOV 01 1995 v 69 n 3
TI Digging into skills with dinosaurs
DA AUG 01 1995 v 38 p 3
AU Dilkes, David W.
TI The rhynchosaur Howesia browni from the Lower Triassic of South Africa