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Re: Brazilian scientists claim oldest dino findings
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Datum: Fri, 15 Dec 2006 23:40:09 -0800 (PST)
Von: "Jaime A. Headden" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> The authors are not using the number of sacrals as translated as an
> apomorphy for dinosaurs, but as a referent to likely being dinosaurian,
> which do tend to increase sacrals, rather than stabilize around 2 as in
> other Triassic terrestrial vertebrates of the time.
With the exception of several crurotarsans, which have 3, if not more... I
forgot how many the new *Poposaurus* specimen has...
> Guepard is another name for a cheetah, however.
In English, too? I didn't know that.
> Perhaps a generic term to refer to any of the spotted African cats.
Would surprise me. All European languages I know of, other than English, use
some spelling variation of this word for *Acinonyx jubatus*.
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