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RE: baryonix



The taxon Carnosauria, though once intended to include all "big" theropods, is now limited to allosauroids and closely related forms. For that reason, spinosaurids are not classified as carnosaurs anymore. You are correct, Baryonyx is indeed a member of the Spinosauridae.

Take care,

Brandon P.

From: Tobi Hautekiet <darth_tobi@hotmail.com>
Reply-To: darth_tobi@hotmail.com
To: dinosaur@usc.edu
Subject: baryonix
Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2007 14:57:39 +0200

Im sorry to bring this up but i im not such an dino expert as you guys and i cant get a straight awnser out of google, is baryonix a carnosaur? you see i know that he was a saurishian and that he's a therapod but i'm stil triyng to master the system, you know, all the groups and orders, i believe baryonix a part of the spinosaur familie, but anyway. Please just tell me.

by the way i would like ask if anyone knows good books, not to beginner books but not do difficult, anyone

thanks for reading

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