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Re: spinosaur thingie

Hello all. Been a looooong time since I posted. I was recovering from
shoulder reconstruction following a well intentioned, but misguided
attempted to save a cyclist from some of Chicago's very finest gang members.
They didn't get the bike, but one them managed to swing directly at a
hockey-incurred weakness! Anyways, I heard the same radio-clip with Dr.
Holtz. I was thinking that given the few number of known specimens, the
claim that this spinosaur dominated the fauna was a bit of a stretch!

David Lessin

-----Original Message-----
From: LENORE ADLER <adlerl@clpgh.org>
To: dinosaur@usc.edu <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Date: Friday, November 13, 1998 2:59 AM
Subject: re: spinosaur thingie

>The radio clip I heard called it a crocodile mimic with 120 cone shaped
>and had a sound bite from Tom Holtz(and Paul Sereno)...Lenore
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