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Re: R: "Supersaurus"
you are correct in the supersaurus business the Ultrasaurus is a brachiosauris
and the supersaurus is a diplodocid. the quarries are close to my home here in
Grand Junction and we have part to both of them (replicas)
Alessandro Marisa wrote:
> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: Trevor Haldenby <email@example.com>
> A: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
> Data: lunedì 16 agosto 1999 17.56
> Oggetto: Re: "Supersaurus"
> >Last I heard and out of vague rememberance, Supersaurus had been classified
> >as a Brachiosaur
> >I'll get back to y'all on this later
> >firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> >> Hi everybody,
> >> This has been bothering me for a long time. Does anyone know if
> >> "Supersaurus" is a diplodicid or a brachiosaur? The reason I ask is
> >> because when they first discovered the 8ft. femur and skeleton they
> >> agreed that it was, in fact, a huge cousin of diplodicus. However, I've
> >> seen "Supersaurus" depicted in books and such as a brachiosaur.
> I don't have much reference about these two Sauropods, but in my computer I
> have classified Ultrasaurus as a Brachiosauridae and Supersaurus as a
> Alessandro Marisa
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