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Re: Dominant Mesozoic varanids?



>Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. wrote:
>No evidence of trans-V. komodoensis sized varanids that I know of in the
>Cretaceous.  Paleosaniwa seems to be pretty big (ora-sized), but nothing
>larger (on land: mosasaurs being somewhat larger... :-)

What about that Estesia thingy from the Nemegt?  I understand it has
features that resemble both varanids and helodermatids, wasn't that one
about Ora size as well?

Seth A. Ellestad.