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RE: Concavenator corcovatus, a new humped carcharodontosaurid from Las Hoyas

I seem to recall that the carnotaurs done by some guy (in a Disney 
dinosaur-related film whose name eludes me) possessed pointed conical 
scales/scutes along the length of the arms, positioned at approximately the 
right place to be homologous to the shafts of avian coverts...

Maybe you could just do what he did? ;)


From: owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu [owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu] On Behalf Of David Krentz 
Sent: Thursday, 9 September 2010 5:11 AM
Subject: Re: Concavenator corcovatus, a new humped carcharodontosaurid from Las 

OH God...please don't be feathered...that will break the budget of our show as 
ALL our theropods may need feathers.  CURSE YOU SCIENCE!!!!

  This guy really owns up to the Carcharodonto part of his group.  Not only 
does it have shark like teeth, it now has a dorsal fin.


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