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I think you will find that the fact sheets have not been updated since the
series was broadcast.
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Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2004 4:43 PM
> Mike Keesey wrote
> --- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Someone has brought to my attention the Utahraptor fact sheet on the BBC
> > website, which says Utahraptor is known from a well preserved skeleton from
> > Utah and fragmentary remains from South America.
> > Anyone know anything about these South American remains?
> Ack! They're probably referring to _Megaraptor_, which is not even
> considered a
> coelurosaur, let alone a dromaeosaurid, anymore.
> That, or something similar, was my initial response as well, Mike. But the
> fact sheets are attributed to Benton, who presumably knows better than
> that? Hence my query in case I had missed something.
> Graeme Worth