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Re: Fw: Ceratopsian Frills
Trceratops MAXIMUS - an old name given by Barnum Brown
to some fragmentary Triceratops fossils (including a
HUGE neck) that seemed to indicate the King of all
Horned-faces; well, a few years ago they found the
King's head, it seems. Still being examined in the BYU
basement. A short-frilled Triceratops skull that is
(get ready here!!) 9-10 FEET in LENGTH!!!!!!!!!!
Luis Rey illustrated Dr. Bakker's recent kids' book by
To learn more, go HERE:
On Mon, 26 Apr 2004 02:46:51 EDT, Tetanurae@aol.com
> email@example.com wrote:
> <<6-ton Torosaurus yes - but imagine what a 10-ton
> Triceratops Maximus could
> have done.>>
> Triceratops what?
> Pete Buchholz
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