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I've already run this by the DML admins, and, as it refers to already-sold
fossils, it is apparently alright to post this.
I ran across a story about dinosaurs that were recently sold to private
collectors. Though they fixated on larger specimens, the stories all made
passing mention of a skull attributed to Alioramus remotus. One stated
that this was actually one of four(!!!) skulls known for this animal.
The story can be found here:
Some images of the skull are here:
Regardless of the debate on private collecting, I just thought it would be a
good idea to put the word out that more remains attributed to Alioramus exist.
I also hoped that someone might shed light on the mention of more Alioramus
skulls. Are any of these in the hands of museums or paleo-friendly