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RE: Aquatic spinosaurs (was Size of *Neoceratodus africanus*)
Quoting Christophe Hendrickx <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> We now have the certainty there were semi-aquatic dinosaurs, spending mostly
> their time into
> water, as crocodiles and turtles do
> (http://spinosauridae.fr.gd/Actualit-e2--des-Spinosauridae.htm, see the
> abstract "Were some
> dinosaurs aquatic?").
> I know it won't be surprising for some of you but we have to admit
> spinosaurids are usually seen
> as terrestrial animals and this was a matter of debate recently
I recall a story many years ago of a webbed theropod track having been found
the coast of Western Australia. I'm sure I've got something at home about it.
Given the presence of spinosaurs in Africa and South America, I wouldn't be
surprised if they were
present in Australia as well.
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