Banjo, Clancy and Matilda

I am running to the Lindau Harbor for the last day's trip and will be offline for the next 12 or so hours. So I don't have time for a long post right now about this cool new dinosaur paper we just published in PLoS ONE.

So please check it out - see what it is all about and read the paper itself.

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