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Re: How small is small?
>Small dinosaurs are generally considered to be of lesser size than large
>ones. Large ones, often, are bigger and more massive than small ones.
>Medium dinosaurs are primarily those intermediate in size between the
>small and the large.
>This is McLoughlin's Law of Size, and applies also to mammals, birds, and
olives are, of course, left off this list, since they start the smallest size
out at colossal, and go up in size grades from there.