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Re: South Dakota fossil yields new dinosaur species
This was a timely find. I was asked to create a dragon-like creature
for a movie today. Guess what I used as reference! Many people at the
studio thought the CT skull was a monster design from just another
On May 2, 2005, at 6:23 PM, Darryl Jones wrote:
At 05:35 PM 5/2/2005, email@example.com wrote:
Wonder if they are going to get a real paleontologist to describe
Why go through all that trouble? They seem to be doing just fine
naming new species right there on the site. "Gorgosaurus linsteri"
(or should it be "linstorum" ;-) )? Then there is the new species of
Leptoceratops. Bambiraptor is there. This museum has quite the range
of new species. Lucky them.
In all seriousness, what sticks out on this new pachycephalosaur that
really makes it a pachycephlosaur? It is a very cool skull. The CT
scans are VERY cool. Being an amateur, I will leave guessing and
figuring to those who know more.
Darryl Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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