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>The type of _Shuvosaurus_ is from a much smaller animal than
>(although it could be from a  juvenile, I suppose) and they are from
>different, although roughly contemporary, units: _Gojirasaurus_ from the
>Bull Canyon Formation of the Chinle Group (or Bull Canyon Member of the
>Chinle Formation...

...or Cooper Canyon member of the Dockum Group; according to Tom Lehman,
Bull Canyon in eastern New Mexico is clearly the same, and can be traced
into Texas.

>From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere.
-Dr. Suess

His ignorance covered the whole earth like a blanket and there was hardly a
hole in it anywhere.
-Mark Twain
Jeffrey W. Martz
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