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Face of the Titanosaur

With regard to the Ralph Miller III commentary I want to point out that
I found a Titanosauriform skull articulated with its neck  last year from 
the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian?) outcroppings of the Bajo Barreal
Formation,near Comodoro Rivadavia,Central Patagonia,Argentina. The almost
complete skeleton of a new titanosaur found by Coria and colleagues in 1996
is another discovery of a more modern and derived Titanosauridae (sensu 
The Coria's discovery was made in North Patagonia (1.000 kilometers 
from Comodoro Rivadavia). Both skulls are very different in shape,teeth,jaws
and preservation.

-Rubén Martínez       paleo@unpata.edu.ar