Sorry, i left out a few words. I meant a Triceratops doesn't have teeth that resemble those in the picture, not that a Triceratops is toothless.
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- Resent-Sender: firstname.lastname@example.orgTriceratops does have teeth, more than a T-rex, infact. Finally-I can contribute something to this list that I understand. I do not, however, understand the importance of this particular thread. Jerry & Sue http://www.fossilfinds.com Brad Sampson wrote: > The skull is actually a T-Rex, not a Triceratops. A Triceratops doesn't > have teeth. > > ---------- > List Archives are located at http://www.meteoritecentral.com/list_best.html > For other help, FAQ's and subscription info and other resources, > visit http://www.meteoritecentral.com/mailing_list.html > ----------
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