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Re: juvenile T-Rex climbing



In a message dated 95-12-05 14:39:09 EST, JNorton@MAILBOX.UNE.EDU writes:

>An image that comes to mind when I think of a bipedal creature climbing
>trees is the very large and very ancient parrot at the local pet store.
 This
>creature uses its mouth and feet together in a tripod-like approach
>to climbing, with two out of the three firmly attached to a support at any
>one time.  Perhap juvenile theropods with smallish arms would use the
>same approach.
Interesting idea, they may have been going after all those Archys for a quick
bite.  Maybe that is why they started flying, diving off their perches to
avoid climbing theropods.

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