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Re: CARNIVORE FROM HERBIVORE AGAIN!



In a message dated 95-10-25 11:44:52 EDT, Thomas_R_HOLTZ@umail.umd.edu (th81)
writes:

>Actually, the most specialized theropods, neornithine birds, evolved many
>herbivorous forms from faunivorous (animal eating, including insects)
>ancestors.  Indeed, every herbivorous bird is derived from carnivorous
>tetanurines!
>
>

No--they're derived from small, arboreal, insectivorous tetanurans!