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Re: Tracing the origins of an SVP urban legend...



...then there's that log also revealed within in Sue's face. 
I think that's cool.  I expect the log goes under NDA too?

-Betty

"Thomas R. Holtz, Jr." wrote:
> I think it would be fair to say that Brochu's presentation revealed the
> so-called nasal turbinates in "Nanotyrannus" are most likely part of the
> internal wall of the maxillary antrum instead.  However, Brochu made some
> important observations calling into question the identification of the nasal
> passage of "Nanotyrannus" in the work of Ruben et al.
> 
> I doubt that they will be selling the scan results: I would instead expect
> that they will be publishing them in some format in the technical literature
> (on CD-Rom, perhaps?).

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