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Re: Utahraptor and Size



> My assumption has always been that the JP "Velociraptors" WERE Deinonychus, 
> following Greg Paul's lumping of the two genera.  I also understand that one 
> reason for the large size of the JP raptors was to provide a costume into 
> which a human operator could fit.

Duh. I thought the V. were to be and were computer-generated? Meaning totally
and completely without ever using models. (which was what made the JP FX
so special and novel).

Mike

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