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Period redress


As he is intensely interested in dinosaurs, I pointed out the article on Professor Alexander's lecture to my seven year old grandson Nathaniel Maxfield, mainly to make the point that T-Rex could not have been as fast as Hollywood would portray him (NCE 14 March).

I was informed that he could not have ambled over the Jurassic landscape as he was a creature of the later Cretaceous period.

Robert K D Murphie, Earlsmill, 18 Braxfield Road, Lanark, ML11 9AH.

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