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Re: new report of new Saharan spinosaur thingie
--Original Message-- From: Betty Cunningham <firstname.lastname@example.org>Date: 13
November 1998 03:01
>it has 100 teeth and ate fish and was related to spinosaurs.
>sadly however I missed anything else from the tv news, such as name and
>Tom, oh witholder of info until the proper time??? Can you tell us
>about this now?
It must be true - I got it off CNN:
"The bones of related dinosaurs known as spinosaurids, which include the
more famous Tyrannosaurus and Velociraptor, have been found widely around
the world. Finding this particular species of spinosaurid in Africa
indicates they moved around even more than had been thought, the researchers
"They "represent one of the most successful radiations of terrestrial
predators in earth history," Thomas Holtz of the University of Maryland
wrote in a commentary. "
I don't think he wrote the paragraph before that, though!