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No Toraceratops!; It finally happened.
Topic Started: Feb 16 2012, 08:34 AM (5,592 Views)
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Snow leopards should be rather part of Panthera, considering its relations to other panthera species
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modern crocodiles, and squamates have far lower metabolism
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there were terrestrial mekosuchines even in late pleistocene and likely early holocene as well
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so.. just because there are almost no, or no articles at all on internet about various animals, like most of meridungulates, they don't exist?
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that tens, or even hundreds of species of merigiungulates certainly were important trough much of the cenozoic SA
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