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At 07:41 AM 2/7/98 +1100, tomt wrote:
>Is Sinraptor a Dromaeosaur?
Nope. It is an allosaur, closely related to Yangchuanosaurus.
>What is the estimated size for Meagraptor
>and is it a Dromaeosaur?
Estimates are VERY sketchy, since there is very little material, but c. 6-7
m long. It is close to the dromaeosaurids, but may not actually be in that
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