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Anyone know if any other Spinosaurus specimens were found after the 
originals were destroyed in WWII?  Same goes for the other few 
specimens destroyed.  Also, has any research been done on the 
phenomenon of elongated spines on equatorial Cretaceous dinosaurs?  I 
read somewhere that it was noticed that a large number of dinosaurs 
from Africa and S. America had long spines at the time.  (eg. 
Amargasaurus, Rebbachisaurus, Ouranosaurus, Spinosaurus.)

Thanks in advance.
Chris Straughn

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