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The injuries of Big Al II

Artist Credit
Foth​ C, Evers SW, Pabst B, Mateus O, Flisch A, Patthey M and Rauhut OWM (12th May 2015) "New insights into the lifestyle of Allosaurus (Dinosauria: Theropoda) based on another specimen with multiple pathologies". PeerJ 3:e940 The injuries of Big Al 2: a specimen of Allosaurus (SMA 0005) from Howe Ranch (Howe Stephens Quarry) in Wyoming's Morrison Formation. Pathologic elements from the left side are shown in red, while respective elements from the right side are marked in blue. Unpaired pathologic bones are colored in cyan. Green ribs represent ribs from the left, for which a pathologic condition is uncertain. Abbreviations: c, cervical; cr, cervical rib; de, dentary; dr, dorsal rib; hu, humerus; is, ischium; p, pedal phalanx; sc, scapula. Skeletal reconstruction of SMA 0005 with courtesy from the Sauriermuseum Aathal.
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