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Re: biggest predators (Allosauridae wins)



---- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Kinman" <kinman@hotmail.com>>
> Juergen,
>      I assume they are saying "Monster von Minden" is ca. 150% the size of
> Allosaurus fragilis.   Sounds like this puts it very close to the size of
> Allosaurus amplexus.
>      Therefore, I have to conclude that Family Allosauridae wins as
biggest
> theropods in both the Jurassic and Cretaceous.
>                   ------Ken Kinman
> P.S.  At least for now anyway.  Could be challenged by new forms of
> tyrannosaurid, megalosaurid, or spinosaurid.
> ********************************************************

If Horner's new _T. rex_  is actually 10% larger than Sue as he claims,
won't it be the largest theropod known?