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Re: T. Rex Dethroned as Biggest Flesh-Eating Dinosaur



On 3/3/06, Tim Williams <twilliams_alpha@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> As a potential fly in the ointment, the possibility has been raised that the
> type material for _S. aegyptiacus_ might come from two different theropods
> (in this case, two very big theropods) (Rauhut, 2003).  Under this
> interpretation, the cranial material represents a _Baryonyx_-like animal,
> whereas the long-spined dorsal vertebrae come from a theropod closer to
> allosaurids.

How would that change the size estimate for each species?
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Mike Keesey
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