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RE: Samson the T. Rex
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Yes=2C there is evidence (read: proof) that the "robust morph" *Tyrannosaur=
us rex* are female. It seems that MOR 1125 (or "B. rex")=2C the specimen Ma=
ry Schweitzer extracted medallary tissue from back in 2005=2C is a robust m=
orph. Medallary tissue=2C of course=2C occurs oinly in gravid or nesting fe=
male birds. So there you go=2C the "large Tyrannosaurs" are female.
> Date: Fri=2C 2 Oct 2009 10:19:05 -0700
> From: email@example.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org=3B email@example.com=3B firstname.lastname@example.org.=
> Subject: Re: Samson the T. Rex
> Why do "we" think that large Tyrannosaurs are female? Is there any real e=
vidence? Good piece of logical thinking that points us that way? If so=2C p=
lease point me toward.
> If I were super rich=2C buying this T-Rex=2C male or female=2C would be o=
ne of my indulgences. Just don't tell my girlfriend Megan Fox.
> Andrew Simpson
> --- On Fri=2C 10/2/09=2C email@example.com wrote:
>> From: firstname.lastname@example.org=20
>> Subject: Re: Samson the T. Rex
>> To: email@example.com=2C firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Date: Friday=2C October 2=2C 2009=2C 4:18 AM
>> Samson is being auctioned off tomorrow in Las Vegas. I've
>> been trying to win the Powerball Lottery so I could bid but
>> that hasn't happened :) Anyway=2C here's a link to the
>> auction. The auction catalogue is definitely worth
>> purchasing for the 15 pages or so of color photos and
>> commentary by Peter Larson.
>> ---- B tH=20
>>> Wow=2C I just realized I had an 8-page article
>>> in the May 2006 issue of DISCOVER ("How To Build a T.
>> Rex") on this guy.
>>> Lots of nice pics with the article.
>>> He was really fragmented!
>>> Anybody here ever seen the mounted skeleton?
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