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Raymond Thaddeus C. Ancog wrote:

> Which reminds me, is there a case of baby or juvenile dinosaur skeletons
> turning up in the abdominal cavity of an adult? This has been documented
> ichthyosaurs, where some skeletons are those of young awaiting birth and
> others apparently those unlucky indivuduals that were eaten.

I think the best known case of this would be the _Coelophysis_ at Ghost
Ranch.  Not sure about the specifics though, as to how many cannibalistic
individuals were found.  Help?

Andrea Kirk
Undergraduate, Computer Science
University of Maryland