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Russian hadrosaur pangolins!?

A report on the recently described Amur duckbill *Kerberosaurus manakini* has revealed an unhealthy fixation on pangolins by the author! This man must be commited and given the proper psychiatric treatment before his manid addiction leans to social and financial ruin!

http://www.innovations-report.com/html/reports/earth_sciences/report -35228.html

"Remains of a dinosaur new to Russia have been found in the town of Blagoveshchensk and described by a Russian paleontologist. Previously, remains of the nearest relations of this pangolin – Kerberosaur - were found only in North America."

"Dinosaurs are one of the groups of reptiles widespread on our planet in the Jurassic and Cretaceous of the Age of Reptiles. They included giant pangolins and relatively small creatures of the size of a dog or a hen."

"The Kerberosaur was a large herbivorous pangolin (according to Yuri Bolotsy’s estimates, the length of its body made about 10 meters) belonging to the so-called hadrosaurs."

"Already back in 1902, Russian colonel Manakin (a new pangolin species was called after him) found several fossil bones on the Chinese bank of the Amir River (near the village of Tsain)."

"...only after such treatment is completed, pangolin remains become available to scientific research."

Also from the article -

"An unusual scull of a large dinosaur that lived in the Late Cretaceous..."

What - it drank beer through its nostrils or something?

Brian Choo
Website  = http://www.geocities.com/ozraptor4/