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Re[1] Acrocanthosaurus atokensis locomotion



<< The F^6 Ranch is totally separate and quite different
from the Paluxy River site. In fact, the F^6 Ranch Is also
known as Middle Copperas Creek site,TMM #42990, Kimble
County, Fort Terrett Formation, and the lithology is
pelmicrite/mudstone.>>

I believe those are about an _Acrocanthosaurus_ attacking a
larger sauropods, but was not moving fast. Perhaps the other
ones are from an Acro too ...

Thomas Miller
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