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>> The giant Japanese dromaeosaurid will be described by Azuma and Currie at
>> SVP this year.  The others are not yet published.  (T. Holtz)
>I assume _not_  due to un-published nature, but is there anything more you can
>tell us about this animal? It being Japanese, I assume it's scrappy - is this
>so? Is it similar and/or related to _Utahraptor_? Could it even be a totally
>non-related dromaeosaur that has independently evolved 'gigantism'

Any bets on if they call it _Godzillasaurus_?


Q.  What arthropod was good with computers?

A.  The Trilobyte.