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RE: Sampson could crush old T-Rex image * Tracks draw scientists from all over world * Bones found in Eastern Cape * Dinosaur that ate its
** T-Rex's close relative arrives in Australian town Australian Fossil and
Mineral Museum and Somerville Collection curator Warren Somerville said the
herbivorous dinosaur, however, was much smaller
-Albertosaurus was a hebivore? I missed that breakthrough!
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