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Re: Tyrannosaur landscapes



>At any rate, I'm an old enough of a fogey to remember a
>Triceratops pasted on a Zallinger painting of a tropical rain forest from
>_The World We Live In_as the paradigm of the Hell Creek. I could never figure
>out what would happen if that Triceratops should have to run forward or have
>to turn around. I've seen moose do it in heavy brush, but Triceratops?
>Dan Varner.
>

Well, African and Asian elephants, and Javan and Sumatran rhinos, get along
in rainforest habitats today.
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