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Re: speaking of hands
> With the result that properly reconstructed the hand of Iguanodon
> looks rather like a 'T' or a cross with a very thick upright.
> This is supported by the known footprints, which show a small
> lunate mark for the front foot (for instance, in the extensive
> footprint beds of the Dakota Sandstone in Colorado and adjacent
Does this mean that *Taupezia landeri* is the 'hand-print' of an
iguanodontid??? *T. landeri* is a T-shaped print from the Jurassic of
southern England. It is not even lunate in shape, but a sharp angled
Curator of Palaeontology
University of Glasgow
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