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Re: article in spanish

On Tue, 1 Jul 2003, Nico wrote:
> this article was publish in a newspaper of argentina. no translate
> this article because yours could have a translation better that i have
> or understand spanish.  is hard a spanish for yours?
> [...]

Here's what the "translator" babelfish.altavista.com does with it:

a new species of dinosaurio Its name is Antetonitrus, that means "before
the thunderclap". And saurio is a species of dino hervboro - saurpodo-
that lived about 210 million ago years, which sign ifica that would be one
of oldest in its sort. But it is possible to clarify that there is rest s
of dinosaurios that surpass in several million years to the Antetonitrus.
The fossil rest of this herbvoro giant found in Ladybrand, South Africa,
acab an of formally being identified by a group of paleontlogos.
Investigaci n it is come off that their dimensions were enormous: it
measured about 10 meters in length and weight ba around 1.8 ton. The
fossil, in fact, had been unearthed by professor James Kitching in 1981,
but never it was studied scientifically. Until 2001 he remained forgotten
in a weapon rio the University of Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg. In 2001,
the Australian paleontlogo Adam Yachts was with the unit and account
occurred of which it was as opposed to a great discovery. The scientific
examinations corrob prayed their intuition: it was a species of dinosaurio
not known until now. Descub rimiento of the Antetonitrus is extremely
encouraging. "This fossil could teach to us how they were the first units,
thing of which we did not know anything until now", explains the
scientist. The Antetonitrus was totally herbvoro, moved in four legs of
equal long itud and had short but wide feet, armed of a claw in the big
toe, probable used mind to defend itself of its pregivers, although he was
much more great qu and they, considered Yachts