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Re: Cretaceous taeniodont
> Purely based upon the info I've got, I'd be surprised if Repenomamus
> could've got beyond 50cm, and I suspect that length is generous.
I've remembered my own length estimate (onlist, years ago), which was pretty
flawed... however, skull or dentary length, I forgot, is 11 cm, and the
whole beast is bigger than *Gobiconodon* which is itself one of the many
animals that have been proclaimed "biggest Mesozoic mammal".