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Re: Raptorex = juvenile Tarbosaurus?



> Aren't the ages of Tarbo and Raptorex separated by at least like..30
> million years?

The problem largely is that the age of Raptorex is apparently not
well-constrained.

This situation is answerable, but you HAVE TO LOOK AT THE ROCKS, which no
one seems to be doing. Some good zircons, the pollen, etc., could resolve
this.