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Re: Infant Ankylosaurs
--- "Simon M. Clabby" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Does anybody know if any
> ankylosaurs/nodosaurs/polacanthids nests or infants
> are known?
Juvenile pinacosaurs are known; a few small teeth
from the Hell Creek have been referred to
> If not, would it be reasonable to presume that they
> were living in areas with bad preservation, or just
> that we aren't able to identify them. (this is
> obviously just for the nests, but could be the case
> with the babies too)
Not long ago, a unidentified dinosaur skull was
found at Gurilin Tsav. I suspect it was a juvenile
ankylosaur or pachycephalosaur, hard to identify
because the cranial armor or dome wasn't yet
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