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Re: ID of the Kong large theropod

In a message dated 8/15/2005 8:42:32 AM Eastern Standard Time,  
farlow@ipfw.edu writes:

<< H told me that O actually
visualized the animal as  something like a mixture of the two dinosaurs,
combining the size of a  Tyrannosaurus (which O'Brien viewed as slow and
clumsy) with the agility of  an Allosaurus. >>

Ray says the same for Gwangi, which he calls  "Tyrannosaurus al". The Kong 
beast was clearly based on Knight's painting,  however, no matter what O'Brien 
called it. DV