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The Emaciated Tyrannosaur – a Reply to Ford, 1997

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On Sauropod “Cheeks”

As SVP looms, and its contents include much interesting things, especially in several valuable studies on the soft-tissue anatomy of sauropod necks and heads — but which I won’t further discuss outside of the authors’ own discussions — I figured … Continue reading

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So, What If Ornithischians Did Have “Cheeks”?

I will not go into too much detail, because I want to work on the analytical part of this more in depth. I started my inquiry into the structure of jaw anatomy in ornithischians roughly about the same time that … Continue reading

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