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Hey Andrew -
If one goes to http://www.cug.edu.cn/en04/info/list.asp?id=422, there is a
picture of several mounted dinosaur skeletons. Has anyone on the list been
CUG? If so, might some of these match the mysterious names given in the
Also, the website mentions a 'Manchousaurus'. This too is unfamiliar to me.
That last one is almost certainly a misspelling of _Mandschurosaurus_,
which is from the Late Cretaceous of Heilongjiang. I wondered if
_Bakesaurus_ was a misspelling of _Bactrosaurus_, but the time and
geographic areas seem wrong.
Jerry D. Harris
Director of Paleontology
Dixie State College
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