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Re: Vancleavea campi - what is it? - not an archosauriform.



B tH wrote:
> But what if it is
> http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_KZ_ozC-ZxC0/Ro98oZEqJGI/AAAAAAAAA2Y/YK2i-DaCApA/s400/behemoth4.jpg
> ?

No, that's a Brachiosaurus. Really. That's what they say in the movie...


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