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Re: Giant raptor claw found
>This is, I think, the "Megaraptor" claw already unveiled in _National
>Geographic_, or at least, another specimen of same. By the way, this doesn't
>necessarily mean that "Megaraptor" was 54% larger than _Utahraptor_.
If this animal is from South America isn't it likely that it was a
Noasaurine, and not a "Raptor" in actuality? It seems likely that
convergent evolution would only have taken place if there wasn't already a
different, adapted "norm" species present. Or is the concept of the
sickle-clawed Megalosaur now outdated?