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Re: Size of *Neoceratodus africanus* and/or *N. tuberculatus*
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From: "Augusto Haro" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, March 30, 2009 12:59 AM
However, for the
large adult Spinosaurus, it seems certain that it will have problems
due to its size, in the muddy sides of the rivers, to which it would
have to approach in order to fish. For this reason I would think the
large adult would have to depart and enter less into the river, which
does not imply it can not live near the water bodies. Unless the soil
was not so muddy and even the largest Spinosaurus may have reached the
side of the water body.
Geology to the rescue!
The Cenomanian sediments in the Sahara aren't mudstones. They are sandstones
(or just sand).