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Re: Burpee Conference
--- "T. Michael Keesey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
> what if _N. lancensis_ was primarily a
> woodlands or highlands
> animal? (That might explain the smaller size
Why? AFAIK inland or upland prey was just as large
e.g. Torosaurus or larger-Alamosaurus. Also, Carr's
research indicates that T. rex was present in NM,
which represented inland habitat. And the Hell Creek
environment where T. rex lived was largely woodland.
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