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RE: Giant theropod from South Africa based on tooth
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> On Behalf Of David Krentz
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> Subject: Re: Giant theropod from South Africa based on tooth
> Cool. Can I be the first to draw and sculpt the entire
> animal? I've got some ideas of how it should look.
Giant. Early Cretaceous. Africa.
Pretty good chance we are looking at a carcharodontosaurid.
But I haven't seen the paper yet, so no clue on the actual tooth form.
Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
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