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Re: Dino symbiosis?

Bill Stout's book came out in the late 1970's (around 1977-1980). There is a
much older painting that I've seen, that shows a tyrannosaurid with both
birds and pterosaurs cleaning its teeth.  (I believe the book that I have it
in came out in the mid-1960's, I'm not sure of who did the painting,
although it was reminiscient of Rudoplh Zallinger).  I believe that someone
else has painted a large sauropod with pterosaurs and/or birds perched on
its back, I know that Paul Sorton has a sculpture of a diplidocid with

        Allan Edels

-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Dunn <majestic_cheese@yahoo.com>
To: dinosaur@usc.edu <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Date: Friday, October 02, 1998 1:37 PM
Subject: Re: Dino symbiosis?

>---"John M. Dollan" <dollan@mcn.net> wrote:
>> There is also a painting out there that I love, showing a T. rex lying
>> on the ground with its mouth agape, blissfully being ridded of
>> by long-jawed pterosaurs (I'm not certain, but I believe that there
>is a
>> bird/crocodile relationship similar to that).
>In case anyone's wondering about this one, it's Bill Stout's painting
>in his book "Dinosaurs" from way back when.
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