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Tim Williams writes;
>But the spiny ridge of _Spinosaurus_ is so HUGE. (The spines of
>_Becklespinax_ are not too far behind.) Such a hump would have been
>enormously top-heavy. So, in case you hadn't noticed, I'm not too
>keen on a hump- backed _Spinosaurus_.
The presenter was a strong supporter of the quadrepedal-Spinosaurus model,
which (if accurate) would counteract any instability due to the size of the
Who knows, perhaps Spiny was the Schwartzenagger (sp) of it's day?
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