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Had come to my mind that in Venice (Italy) Natural History Museum, along
with the mounted skeleton of Ouranosaurus there is a nearly complete
skeleton (at least skull and many dermal plates) of a BIG crocodil(iform?)
of Sarcosuchus size, labelled probably as Phobosuchus. It is written it
becomes from the same site of Ouranosaurus. Do you know about this? I do
not know if there is literature on it.
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Dr. Silvio Renesto
Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra
Università degli Studi di Milano
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