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Re: Stego/Ankylo limbs
In a message dated 96-02-01 01:37:07 EST, firstname.lastname@example.org (Van and
Kathy Smith) writes:
> The last time I checked, the largest skull attributed to a
>terrestrial animal belonged to a ceratopian -- over seven feet in length.
>When alive, the head of this animal weighed thousands of pounds moving the
>center of gravity for the animal forward.
I understand that somewhere in the BYU boneyard is a _Triceratops_ skull
nearly ten feet long, excavated by Jim Jensen and crew back when he was still
an active fossil collector. It's still jacketed, along with hundreds of other
specimens awaiting preparation and description.