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Richard Travsky wrote-
> Good heavens, the legs are done thick thick thick.
> They don't show a picture of the leg bones; is that restoration *really*
> what it works out to be???
There are some VERY robust limb bones from the Lameta Formation described by
Huene and Matley, and more recently illustrated in Chure's thesis. They may
belong to Rajasaurus.
I wonder if some of the Majungatholus-like snout elements described as
Indosuchus (Chatterjee, 1978; Sampson et al., 1996) are really Rajasaurus.
This is also interesting because Caranno et al. (2002) (tentatively)
synonymized Lametasaurus, Indosaurus and Indosuchus. Would be interesting
to know just how many Lameta abelisaurids there were.