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News: German dromaeosaurid tooth and Tate T. rex



From: Ben Creisler
bh480@scn.org

German news services are carrying a story today about the discovery of a
dromaeosaurid tooth in Germany (near Balve in the Sauerland region) in an
Early Cretaceous site (actually a quarry). The main researcher is
Klaus-Peter Lanser of the Museum für Naturkunde des Landschaftsverbandes
Westfalen-Lippe in Münster.
The tooth has been described in a scientific publication but none of the
sources I could find so far give the official reference. 

Press release (in German)
http://www.lwl.org/pressemitteilungen/mitteilung.php?24845

Some other versions of the story (in German)
http://www.scienceticker.info/2011/07/11/raubsaurier-aus-dem-sauerland/

http://www.stuttgarter-zeitung.de/inhalt.dinosaurier-amerika-saurier-war-vie
lleicht-sauerlaender.0945dc4d-4bde-438b-ad0b-ca4ecf4c971a.html

Also in the news:
Tate Museum Tyrannosaurus dig
http://trib.com/news/local/state-and-regional/article_abb00593-3a71-5d2d-a04
1-c3978c5e857a.html



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