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Re: usa velociraptor?



There was a discovery that was originally described as _Velociraptor sp._, but
was later moved to its own genus, _Bambiraptor_.

_Velociraptor_ is, as far as we know, a purely eastern Asian genus, unless,
like Paul 1988, you lump some North American species in there. (In that work,
he includes _Saurornitholestes langstoni_ and _Deinonychus antirrhopus_ as
species of _Velociraptor_, but this was not followed, except perhaps in
_Jurassic Park_, and Paul 2002 does place _antirrhopues_ in _Deinonychus_.)

--- Phil Hore <comicsandheroes@hotmail.com> wrote:

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Sorry if some one has already asked this, has anyone heard of a velociraptor
find in the USA recently?

I heard a rumour and thought Id ask the mighty list who knows all !! :P



Phil Hore 

National Dinosaur Museum

Canberra, Australia

ph (02) 62302655

A child was brought into this world. A child of light and innocence. A
beautiful child of with talent, grace and integrity. A child to lead us into a
glorious future....his name...John Wayne.

I've seen all his movies!




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