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Re: Biggest Predators



In a message dated 3/14/99 7:40:38 AM EST, museulourinha@mail.telepac.pt
writes:

<< 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!!!!!  >>

My understanding of _Bruhathkayosaurus_ is that it is more likely that we have
the bones of a titanosaurian, perhaps mixed up with theropod bones, rather
than such a huge theropod.