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Re: European predator question=)



I'm new to this list too. I'm a new Dinosauricon artist.
I never heard adout _Tyrannosaurids_ in Europe, but there were some big predators: _Baryonyx_, _Becklespinax_, _Tarascosaurus_ and some others, often poorly known.(I sure forget something)
For good information about dinosaurs by geological formation, see http://personal2.stthomas.edu/jstweed/fauna.htm
See also http://dinosauricon.com
Friendly,
                  Luc J. "Aspidel" BAILLY.
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Sent: Sunday, May 20, 2001 1:11 AM
Subject: European predator question=)


Hello everyone!
      I'm pretty new to this list and have been enjoying it so far.  This
may or may not be a really dumb question(if it is, sorry), but what is the
largest predatory dinosaur found in Europe?  In other words, who was "the
king", have there been any "tyrannosaurids" found yet?  I was having a
conversation with someone a while ago about it and we got to wondering if
there were any species that were to Europe what T-Rex was to North America.  
I'm curious.
      Many thanks in advance for any answers!

            Carrie "Rex" Carlson :)