- How Moroccan semiaquatic dinosaurs ate their fish
- Morphofunctional analysis of the quadrate of Spinosauridae (Dinosauria: Theropoda) and the presence of Spinosaurus and a second Spinosaurine taxon in the Cenomanian of North Africa. PLoS One http://dx.doi.
- How I found a small, weird-looking horned dinosaur from eastern USA
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- Spinosaurus maroccanus, Sigilmassasurus brevicollis, and Spinosaurus aegyptiacus.
- It does really raise a lot questions of the spinosauridae family branch though. What about the baryonychinae? What happened to them?
- The dinosaurs of Jurassic World: Baryonyx, Suchomimus, Edmontosaurus
- Both Baryonyx, from England, and Suchomimus, from Niger, are members of a group called the Spinosauridae, which includes the Spinosaurus of Jurassic Park III fame and the awesomely named Irritator*. Spinosaurus' most immediately noticeable feature is ...
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