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Re: A fundimental conundrum concerning gigantic theropods
At 11:44 AM 11/8/96 -0500, you wrote:
>Isn't _Deltadromeus_ (sp?) also thought to be a cursorial hunter?
>(Though of course, it's not T-rex sized)
I haven't plotted it up yet, but it is fairly gracile.
And, Deltadromeus actually DID get up near T. rex-sized, as evidenced by
some of the elements previously refered to Bahariasaurus (as noted in the
Sereno et al. footnotes).
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