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ThePhysicist

Hi, y'all. Here are a couple of dinosaur rib sections from Hell Creek (Harding Co., SD). Does the spongey interior indicate theropod, or are these simply chunkosaurian?

 

Bone 1:

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Bone 2:

 

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Crankyjob21

Yeah prob chunkasaur, I mean at least you have a Dino bone :thumbsu:

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ThePhysicist
On 4/30/2021 at 8:10 PM, Crankyjob21 said:

Yeah prob chunkasaur, I mean at least you have a Dino bone :thumbsu:

Thanks. Yes, I've no complaints.

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