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      Attributes of the Ceratopsian Dinosaur Torosaurus, and New Material from the Javelina Formation (Maastrichtian) of Texas

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          Long-bone circumference and weight in mammals, birds and dinosaurs

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              Pterosaur from the latest cretaceous of west Texas: discovery of the largest flying creature.

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              Three partial skeletons of a large pterosaur have been found in the latest Cretaceous nonmarine rock of West Texas. This flying reptile had thin, elongate, perhaps toothless jaws and a long neck similar to Pterodaustro and Pterodactylus. With an estimated wingspan of 15.5 meters, it is undoutbtedly the largest flying creature presently known.
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                Journal
                Journal of Paleontology
                Journal of Paleontology
                Paleontological Society
                0022-3360
                1937-2337
                November 2008
                November 2008
                : 82
                : 6
                : 1127-1138
                Article
                10.1666/06-107.1
                a83c350b-b289-4026-b9aa-c6d8e843581a
                © 2008
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