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Re: Therozinosaurs - beaked or padded?



Rescured from truncation:


I'm watching _Prehistoric Monsters Revealed_ and the artist
reconstructing _Therozinosaurus_(sp) says that it is believed that
because there are no teeth in the front that paleontologists believe
_Therozinosaurs_ had a beak.

Could _Therozinosaurs_ have had a pad inside the mouth like camels and
llamas do?

just a thought.


thank you.

On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 8:46 AM, Anthony Docimo <keenir@hotmail.com> wrote:
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