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RE: Asia's Largest Dinosaur?
Well, I suppose it depends how you consider it. Very large tracks have been
found in north-western China (Yongjing County in Gansu province, 2001). And
it all pales in comparison with Bruhathkayosaurus anyway.
Isn't there a (heavily reconstructed) very large skeleton of an sauropod
(Omeisaurus ?) somewhere? I saw something like that on TV a few years ago
(NGC, Discovery?), on display in a US museum, being mentioned as the largest
Asian dinosaur skeleton (and I don't mean Mamenchisaurus, this one was
taller and heavier).
Van: Guy Leahy [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Verzonden: di 29-8-2006 15:22
Onderwerp: Asia's Largest Dinosaur?
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