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Re hallux.. again!
> (and I note that, unless I am mistaken, the character is absent in small
> herbivorous dinosaurs). (Ronald Orenstein)
Sorry Ronald, you are mistaken. Little hypsilophodontians (_Othnielia_ et al),
just as an example, have a mean curved hallux. I'll not speculate on its in-
> different because apes
> evolved this condition, to the extent that they did, in conjunction with
Brachiation, as much as the habit was used to explain morphology and evolution
in primates, is a myth. Only hylobatids (gibbons) are genuine brachiators, and
it is obvious that this is so.
Damn! Cursed computer courses.. bye.