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Re: Horner's T. rex
8-10 inches plus is gravel sized? Maybe cobblestone sized, but GRAVEl
Jeffrey Martz said:
> We are talking about teeth, not skeletons. There inference I think
> is that the animal had lunch, lost some teeth, and moved on. As far as
> attendance, I think any T.rex with a half-way operable nose would be
> drawn to the site, regardless of age of physical condition.
and then Stan said:
>>What is more, tyrannosaur teeth are gravel sized, and would thus tend to
>>accumulate in channel lags. This could produce secondary concentrations of
>>teeth. In interpreting mono-spcific beds it is always important to check the
>>taphonomy of the site.