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Message text written by INTERNET:kirkam@wam.umd.edu
>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?

        This is still open to debate.  Some have looked at the original
specimen and declared that both the right and left ribs of the adult
_Coelophysis_ in question are visible _on_top_ of the juvenile, indicating
that the young'un isn't _inside_ the adult, but underneath it.

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