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SCIENCE SAFRCA DINOSAUR
RTRM2CI 
July 03, 2003 
Palaeontologist Professor James Kitching sits next to a massive leg
bone from a newly-named dinosaur... 
Johannes, South Africa - Republic of South Africa 
PALAEONTOLOGIST PROF KITCHING SITS NEXT TO A DINOSAUR BONE LEG IN
JOHANNESBURG. 
Palaeontologist Professor James Kitching sits next to a massive leg
bone from a newly-named dinosaur Antetonitrus ingenipes, during a news
conference at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg July 3,
2003. The remains of the two-tonne dinosaur have lurked in the South
African university for over 20 years - but only now have researchers
realised it is the oldest

direct ancestor of the largest creatures ever to walk the earth.
REUTERS/Juda Ngwenya 
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