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Re: _T. rex_ debate in the newspaper

Paamy wrote-

> How could T. Rex have attacked sauropods? The only sauropod in North
> in the Maastrichtian was Alamosaurus and this lived further south than
> is generally considered rex country, although only from fossil evidence...

Actually, a Tyrannosaurus maxilla has been foun in the Tornillo Group of
Texas (Lawson 1976).  Also, a partial skeleton of Tyrannosaurus is known
from the McRae Formation of New Mexico (Carr and Williamson 2000).  A
dentary, tooth fragments and a pedal phalanx are known from the Kirtland
Formation of New Mexico as well.  Thus, Tyrannosaurus probably met
titanosaurs on a regular basis.

Mickey Mortimer