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Re: Velociraptor profiles
Certainly, not Mark Norell. I read it in "Wiedza i Zycie" journal, in
article about Jurassic Park dinosaurs and Polish paleontologic finds of
velociraptors in Central Asia.
On Mon, 18 Mar 2002 MKIRKALDY@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated Mon, 18 Mar 2002 9:22:17 AM Eastern Standard Time, Jerzy
> Dyczkowski <email@example.com> writes:
> < AFAIK, the Velociraptor specimen is perfect, but Protoceratops specimen
> lacks one leg and some bones. So the famous "fighting dinosaurs" are
> interpreted - by sources similar to the original finders - as: Protoceratops
> was the rotting carrion when Velociraptor grabbed the corpse and tried to
> cling to it during a violent sandstorm. >
> Would you care to state which sources these would be, as carrion usually
> doesn't bite back. Are the sources similar to Mark Norell?