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Re: nano (not that stupid toy)



What I have heard it is not a juvinille Tyrannosaurus. Because the skull was 
solid, the  growth plates were fixed together.

K.Wicks
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On Sun, 26 Jul 1998 15:48:36   Jordan Mallon wrote:
>I remember reading on this list a while back about Nanotyrannus being a 
>juvenile Tyrannosaurus rex (I think Gregory Paul [the best stinkin' 
>paleo-artist around] mentioned it).  If this is true, how old would the 
>juvenile T.rex have been?
>
>-  Jordan Mallon
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