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Meta-Answer: deinotherium skeletal reconstruction,



> Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2002 20:08:07 -0500
> From: "Mark Foster" <Megavenator1985@msn.com>
> 
> Could someone please direct me to a skeletal reconstruction of a
> deinotherium?

For Megavenator1985 and everyone else who periodically asks for
pointers to various images, there is a simple algorithm which usually
generates excellent results.

1. Go to http://images.google.com/
2. Type in "deinotherium" and hit the "search" button.
(Don't forget to search for the misspelling "dinotherium" too.)

This approach immediately turned up, among others:
        http://www.nhm-wien.ac.at/NHM/Geolog/Cenozoic/Images/Newpic02.gif
        http://www.blinde-kuh.de/tiere/mammut/dinotherium-skelett.gif
        http://philosophyandscience.com/images/paldinopac.jpg
And plenty of skull close-ups, big molars, etc.

Google is your friend.  Learn to love it!  :-)

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