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On Wed, 22 Sep 1999, Grant Harding wrote:
> Timothy Williams wrote:
> >_Megaraptor_ the same as _Unenlagia_? _Megaraptor_'s big megalosaur-like
> >arms would look quite funny hanging from the shoulders of a dino-bird. Do
> >you mean _Unquillosaurus_?
> "Megalosaur-like"? As I recall, only two arm bones are known from
> _Megaraptor_: a radius (or possibly ulna?) and one bit of a finger. (Could
> be wrong, though; my only ref is _Nat. Geo._ Dec. '97.) I believe the idea
> was that _Unenlagia_ was the juvenile form and _Megaraptor_ was the adult.
Yeah, and since when are megalosaur[id] arms big?
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