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Deinonychus and Tenontosaurus

To all:

Recently, Des Maxwell led an expedition sponsored by the Dinosaur Society to
Montana.  I read in The Dinosaur Report that Des, et all, have uncovered new
specimens of /Deinonychus antirrhopus/ and /Tenontosaurus tilleti/.  Is any
information about these new specimens available?  If so, what has been
learned about the phylogeny of those animals, if anything?  I'm especially
interested in the relationship of /Deinonychus/ to /Velociraptor/.

Breathe deep, seek peace, and may the force be with you,

Rachel K. Clark