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I have got the National Geographic Society's famous photograph of the
Byronosaurus jaffei's skull, still in the sandstone.
From this picture it looks like Byronosaurus had a _VERY_ long and slender
snout, compared to Saurornithoides. So i wonder, is this foto taken from a
perspective that mischapes the specimen, or was it like this? What is known
of the skull structure, from what's hidden beneath the sandstone?
Is there a reconstruction of the actual skull elements, besides this photo?
-Øyvind M. Padron
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