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Re: Tyrannosaurus had most powerful bite of any land animal
The press coverage I saw was careful to say "any TERRESTRIAL animal".
On 29 February 2012 17:19, Mark Witton <Mark.Witton@port.ac.uk> wrote:
> And don't forget the big pliosaurs: I imagine their bite forces could
> give Tyrannosaurus' bite a run for its money.
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>>>> Augusto Haro <email@example.com> 29/02/2012 17:13 >>>
> Some of the science news stories speak of the highest bite force of
> any animal... Has been the bite force of the largest (fossil) crocs
> and cetaceans also been analyzed?