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Re: the largest carnivores
At 11:20 AM 1/5/97 +1030, Michael D. Miller wrote:
>I know that T-rex is no longer the largest carnivorous dinosaur known,
>I've heard of two other species recently found in South America and
>Africa that are larger. But, I don't remember the names. Does anyone
>remember? What are the scientific references?
_Carcharadontosaurus_ and _Giganotosaurus_, and I don't think I've heard
their size as being definitively larger than _T. rex_'s.
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