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On prokinesis in theropods, Mickey M wrote..
> I'm fairly certain no other non-avian theropods have been found with
> prokinetic skulls.
Was recently argued that _Carnotaurus_ was prokinetic (Mazzetta
2000 - poster and abstract presented at 48th SVPCA). As noted, this
does seem doubtful however.
'Live from Dinosaur Island' the BBC project starts this Sunday, I think
at 19-00. Digs can be watched live on the web at
I'll be wearing a red Sonic the hedgehog hat.
We'll be digging at the _Neovenator_, _Eotyrannus_ and new
brachiosaur sites for new material. Also exposing the WHOLE
Hypsilophodon bed for the first time in history. Wish us luck, we'll
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