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On Thu, 19 Feb 1998 wa105@mead.anglia.ac.uk wrote:

> T. Mike Keesey commented:
> > > toothless ornithomimid skull. Yet Chatterjee claims that the fossil is 225
> > > million years old...
> > Finding an advanced ornithomimosaur from the Triassic would be like
> > finding hominid remains in the Late Cretaceous...
> Or a Triassic bird, especially one closer to modern birds than Archie...
Perhaps my memory is faulty, but didn't Chatterjee also identify some
Triassic rauisuchian as an early tyrannosaurid? What's his deal??

--T. Mike Keesey
http://umbc.edu/~tkeese1 -- Dinosaur Web Pages