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UTAHRAPTOR



ScienceScan reports:

AN ONLINE DESCRIPTION OF THE UTAHRAPTOR FIND

The most vicious, meat-eating dinosaur known to science 
was unearthed by a joint research project in eastern utah. 
Research directed by Donald Burge, Director of the College 
of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum, and Dr. James I. 
Kirkland, paleontologist for Dinamation International Society 
has led to the discovery of this efficient killing machine.  The 
Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum has a web site which 
includes a detailed description of this find. The new "super 
slasher", which will be called Utahraptor (Utah's predator), 
was first recognized during excavations of an exciting new 
dinosaur fauna that lived 125 million years ago in the Early 
Cretaceous period of eastern Utah.

Go to  http://www.ceu.edu/museum/museum.htm to find this 
detailed description and museum information.