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European Ankylosauridae



It seems like a member of the ankylosauridae is found in France in Lac de Lolevet near Villeveyrac is was buried in limestone whitin a bauxite mine, it would be the first non nodosaurid find in Europe. The age is 80 -70 mya. The find was last week Alain Cabot works on it with a student named Xavier Valentin. If this is an previously unknown dinosaur than they have given it allready a name.
But i wont bring it up on the list OK Thomas :-))
 
Greatings Fred
fb@nrc.nl