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RE: More concerning the Triceratops/Torosaurus deal

>> I wonder - would a *Triceratops* skull the size of the biggest
*Torosaurus* skulls, and showing no sign of fenestrae opening up, refute
the notion that Toro is the adult stage of Trike?

Couldn't an *occasional* behemoth skull of the smaller/non-fenestrated
sex still show up without killing the theory dead? Secondary sexual
characteristics sometimes show up in the 'other' sex in other species...

Rick Box
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