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Re: Lenght of an "average" dinosaur? 6.7 m
I have a paper with statistics on dinosaur weigths (non-bird
dinosaurian genera) - a bit out of date. I could post the reference in
2005/7/26, Tim Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> >in the JP novel, Grant once stated something like "despite
> >the majority of people imagine dinosaurs as a giants, an
> > average dinosaur was about a size of a cow" (not exact
> >quote). I was wondering, how much this is true.
> You have a pretty big spread here, with everything from
> hummingbirds to sauropods thrown into the mix. I can't say
> what the average would be, but the standard deviation would
> be incredible! Then again, I don't know if Dr Grant was
> counting avian theropods.