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Re: T rex & smell

> > For example, the size of tyrant olfactory lobes might simply be
> > allometric: it could well be that ALL large theropods wind up with
> > those suckers. Until more giant theropods are scanned (Acro,
> > Carcharodonto, etc.) and published, it will be difficult to say.

The Carcharodontosaurus endocast has been scanned and published. 
Don't remember off-hand any of the details relating to the relative
sizes of the olfactory lobes, though.

Larsson, H.C.E. et al.  2000.  Forebrain enlargement among nonavian
theropod dinosaurs.  20: 615-618.

And Hans Larsson's paper in Mesozoic Vertebrate Life.

Jordan Mallon

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