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Re: Carcharodontosaurus & Spinosaurus
> >However, as far as _Spinosaurus_ eating
> >fish goes, all we have is some inferred behavior postulated on the
> basis of
> >anatomy (much of that extrapolated from phylogenetically close taxa)
> >some extrapolations of behavior from other spinosaurids. For _S.
> >aegyptiacus_, that leaves us with little more right now than a
> >to test. Is it likely that _S. aegyptiacus_ ate fish? Absolutely.
> I think we really have to wait for more fossil remains on
> before we can do much with the species..
That was basically my point....although that was a rather shorter and
more eloquent way of saying it :P.
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