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Tom Holtz:
> >Pilots bitch about airplane movies.  Sailor gripe about nautical movies.
> Cops reject crime/hero movies.  The list goes on.

You should hear my dog's gripes about Lassie movies.  Phew!  Don't 
get her started!
> The support for a monophyletic "Carcharodontosauridae", however, was not as
> firm as before: it was present in some trees; in others, Giganotosaurus lay
> outside either an ((Acro + Carcharo) + Allosauridae) or an (Carcharo + (Acro
> + Allosauridae)) clade.

I believe that, after examination of the new skull, certain 
paleontologists have very strong views that _Acrocanthosaurus_ is NOT 
a carcharodontosaurid.

By the way, does anyone have a reference concerning the description 
of this new Acro skull?

Tim Williams

> That's it for now.  Talk to you later,
> Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
> Vertebrate Paleontologist     Webpage: http://www.geol.umd.edu
> Dept. of Geology              Email:th81@umail.umd.edu
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> "To trace that life in its manifold changes through past ages to the present
> is a ... difficult task, but one from which modern science does not shrink.
> In this wide field, every earnest effort will meet with some degree of
> success; every year will add new and important facts; and every generation
> will bring to light some law, in accordance with which ancient life has been
> changed into life as we see it around us to-day."
>     --O.C. Marsh, Vice Presidential Address, AAAS, August 30, 1877