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Re: Triassic protofeathers and fake-heads

From: "Williams, Tim" <TiJaWi@agron.iastate.edu>
> And there were fairly large-sized (6m+) carnivorous dinosaurs in the Late
> Triassic: _Gojirasaurus_, _Aliwalia_, and some undescribed critters (e.g.
> from South America).  They might have targeted small prosauropods and
> ornithischians.

I've read somewhere (I don't recall where) that the european _Liliensternus_
remains were from a juvenile and that this dino might have been as big as
_Dilophosaurus_ (there were big _Plateosaurus_ to eat).
Is it true?

Friendly - Luc J. "Aspidel" BAILLY.