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RE: "Super rex"



> From: Nicholas Oliver [mailto:Nicholas.Oliver1@btopenworld.com]
>
> It is the Keith Rigby specimen from Glasgow,Montana.It was
> described as one
> of three specimens, the first a 80% complete T-rex, the second a
> fragmentary
> indet Tyrannosaur and the third ,"Super rex" represented by a "5-6 foot
> pubis", this gave an estimated size of" some sixty feet in length". The
> specimen was reported in the Dinosaur Society UK quarterly.
>         Nick Oliver.
>

Nicholas et omnia,

There is still no reason to suspect that any of these specimens are anything
other than _T. rex_.

                Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
                Vertebrate Paleontologist
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