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In a pretty old book I got there's a diagram of the Deinonychus skull,
showing only the remaining parts; partial lower jaw, maxilla, premaxilla,
and a partial posterior half of the skull.
I just wonder if there's any more complete Deinonychus skulls known, and if
not, what are the exact remains of the skull?
I allso found a picture of a nearly complete Dromaeosaurus skull, lacking
the posterior skull roof,
and I'm allso curious about the skull remains of Saurornithoides (i've got a
photo the Tyrell Museum's skeleton casts, but casts doesn't help me much)
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