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Re: SERENO'S VERY LARGE THEROPOD
In a message dated 96-01-30 11:16:44 EST, firstname.lastname@example.org (D.W.Naish)
>I have a copy of a photo published in one of our newspapers in ?nov of last
>year, and I think it might be of Sereno's new, very big theropod. It shows
>a skull, resting on a thick kind of mat, and Sereno is lying down to look
>its mouth, kind of smiling as he knows it's a such a un-subtle publicity
>The skull is very big, about 5 ft long, very dark in colour. Until yesterday
>assumed it was _Afrovenator_, but George's comments made me think otherwise.
>yet, I haven't had time to compare this skull with that of _Afrovenator_.
>memory, though, the one in the photo appears much deeper.
That's the big one, no doubt.
>Doug Henderson has painted _Afrovenator_ with a _Ceratosaurus_-style
>preorbital hornlet. I see no suggestion of such on _Afrovenator_'s skull.
There's been a lot of plaster added to the mounted _Afrovenator_ skeleton...