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new paper



This just in:

B.T. Roach and D.L. Brinkman.  2007.  A reevaluation of cooperative pack 
hunting and gregariousness in Deinonychus antirrhopus and other nonavian 
theropod dinosaurs.  Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 48: 
103-138.

Brinkman was an undergrad student of mine in the day; he worked with me on 
tyrannosaurid teeth.

This is an interesting critical take on theropod sociality that is bound to be 
controversial.  It also describes an impressive bit of taphonomic CSI evidence 
about dromaeosaurid personality.  I won't give the story away any more than 
that, and simply quote the esteemed Brother Holtz:  Read the paper.