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Re: Nemegt dino update

>>The Maastrichtian age is consistent with a large, derived
tyrannosaur, and Alioramus may be a species of Tyrannosaurus.<<
WHAT?!  If this wasn't June I'd think that was a April Fool's joke.  Isn't
Alioramus supposed to be completely different from the other tyrannosaurs (the
whole "different branch" thing)?  Isn't it possible that tyrannosaurs were more
diverse at the end of the Cretaceous than previously suspected, and came in
small, as well as large sizes?