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Old May 26 2014, 08:09 AM   #16
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Re: largest dinosaur found

2takesfrakes wrote: View Post
An uncle in Philly? That's cool!

Yep, the last big project he was involved in was an expedition to Egypt where a new discovery was made that they named the Paralititan. He and his students participated in a documentary about it that aired on the National Geographic Channel back in 2001. He's also been featured more recently with Phil Manning on the Jurassic CSI miniseries that also aired on National Geographic, and also participated on a fascinating documentary about Stromer and Marsh on PBS's American Experience.


Thanks for the links!
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We live in exciting times.
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