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Re: new paper

dinoboygraphics@aol.com writes:
 > Please.  What possible paleoceological value could Tenontosaurus
 > have had other than serving to entice Deinonychus packs into our
 > illustrations?

Don't forget the much-neglected Tenontosaurus Being Inavertently
Stomped Flat By A Passing Sauropod genre.

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