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Wyoming Raptor & herbivoir necks
While at the Tate Museum (did I say I really liked that
place?*snicker*)...I bought a cast of a 'Wyoming Raptor' tooth, but was
later told it was the cast of an Allosaur tooth.
So here's my question was it....
A type of Allosaur known as Wyoming Raptor?
A type of Dromaeosaurid known as Wyoming Raptor?
Or a plain old Allosaur they called 'Wyoming Raptor' just for fun?
WHAT IS WYOMING RAPTOR?
Also, it seems to be that everyone's been talking about
hadrosaurid/duckbill dinosaur necks. I don't know what the big thing
is....I think they had muscular necks, like a horse's (some people say
bison have necks like duckbills but I dont know-haven't looked at a
bison neck or skeleton in great detail) because their necks look like
horse's necks-with the curve in it, ya know???? I was wondering if there
are any paintings showing duckbills with the 'thick necks' on the 'net,
or sketches??? I think the thing with them having the muscular neck
makes sense, at least it has to me since I took biology 2 years ago in
(this year'll be fun-I take Advanced Placement Biology)
And another thing...
(Geeze. Im rambling. Someone stop my fingers from typing!)
Anyone know of any books that would tell about the plants that lived in
the mesozoic era in north america? Something that would tell of the
plants, perhaps by state they were in and the time period, with pictures
of what they would look like and modern day equivalents??
Glad to be back, and glad several people here are glad to see me
back,too. U R GREAT people out there ;-)
Good friends are like good books;
Hard to find and worth keeping-JNW'98
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