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Re: Biggest Predators



> 
>     Assuming that everything that is published is correct, the biggest
> predator should be the Indian theropod Bruhathkayosaurus matleyi. 
> Only the tibia has two meters!!!!! The length of the ilia is 1,2
> meters!!!!! 

Isn't this "genus" now considered to be a titanosaurid - maybe 
_TItanosaurus_?

Tim Williams



>     For comparison, the Tyrannosaurus tibial length is only 1,2 meters. 
>     If it's true, it should be (very easily) the biggest theropod and predator
> ever found!
> 
> Any doubts?!?? See Glut (1997: 228) and Yadagiri & Ayyasami (1989).
> 
>     Octavio Mateus
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