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Re: Sea reptile is biggest on record
Colin McHenry writes:
> > Can anyone speculate if this find even outclasses the several
> > undescribed large pliosaur finds from the UK, which the WWD
> > series ran away pell-mell with on the Liopluridon segment
> > "fantasy" segment?
> Sure. S. sikanniensis is way bigger than the upper range of body sizes
> that can be speculated for UK pliosaur material ;-).
Even this lower jaw?
I found this pretty freakin' awesome when I saw it. I didn't measure,
and my memory is hazy; but unless Mark Witton has a _very_ small
sister, that jaw has to be at least 2m long, probably more.
/o ) \/ Mike Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk
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