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Re: Opinions on Tyrannosaur Skull Replica



Larry, etc.:

    It seems to be a replica of the AMNH skull (We have a copy of that _T.
rex_ here in Phila., and I've spent many hours close to it).   This replica
seems to be a bit shorter proportionally, yet still retains most of the
features.  I think that the nerve holes on the lower jaw (I'm not sure
that's all they're for) are too widely spaced, and I don't recall the lower
row.  Also, the teeth are too good (i.e. apparently too symmetric for my
taste and/or recollection).

    Hope this helps,

            Allan Edels

-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Dunn <majestic_cheese@yahoo.com>
To: dinosaur@usc.edu <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Date: Wednesday, April 07, 1999 11:25 PM
Subject: Opinions on Tyrannosaur Skull Replica


>Here's a url to a replica of a Tyrannosaurus rex
>skull:
>
>http://www.linkandpinhobbies.com/graphics/a_trex.jpg
>
>Which skull is this?  Is it the AMNH skull?  Is the
>replica any good?
>
>ANTS has a wonderful Allosaur skeleton available, and
>I'd assume their T. rex skull is also an accurate
>replica of a fossil, but just wanted to check.
>
>
>===
>Larry
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