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Re: Bruhathkayosauru"Asteroid did not extinct Dinosaurs - Indian Cosmo Theorist"



Mike Taylor wrote:

> It was probably even larger than the enormous Maghreb sauropod
> (femur 236cm long) mentioned by Charroud and Fedan (1992).

Reference, please!

Charroud M. and Fedan B. (1992). Données préliminaires sur la découverte du gisement de Boulahfa à dinosauriens (SW de Boulemane, moyen Atlas central). In: Le Maroc, promontoire africain entre la méditerranée et l?Atlantique, Livre à la mémoire de Georges Choubert, Notes Mém. Serv. géol. Maroc 366: 448-449.


Best of luck finding that one!

Jaime Headden wrote:

Rather, an embarassingly bad blunder would be Okamura's microhumans, or
the shattering of an *Argentinosaurus* vertebra by a less than contiencious Dr.
Bonaparte....

Or an enormous dorsal vertebra of _Amphicoelias_ simply disappearing while in transit! Oh hang on, that actually happened....



Tim