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Re: largest dinosaur
Regarding trackways--somewhere on this list, or maybe elsewhere, I've seen
reports of huge sauropod tracks from Australia that are supposed to be a
couple of meters across. This would represent an animal in the size range
Amphicoelias fragillimus described above. Anyone know any more about these
There are 1.5 metre tracks in the early Cretaceous sandstone near Broome,
and "Dan's Dinosaur Reconstructions"
(http://home.alphalink.com.au/~dannj/watracks.htm) refers to a pes with a
length of 1.7 metres (Broome again). Is that the kind of size range you were
thinking of? Its *almost* two metres.
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