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Big (M)Al(e)?



In Germany WWD depicting the life and death of Big Al, a male Allosaur, was 
already broadcasted. 

On museum.montana.edu/WWW/PALEOCAT/beccabigal/bigal.html there's a text which 
says "Big Al is an 87% grown, sub-adult, male, Allosaurus fragilis".

But is Big Al really a male? Does anybody knows more about how this 
conclusion was reached?


Thanks

Heinz Peter Bredow