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Re: Stego/Ankylo limbs (really ceratopsian limbs)
On Sun, 4 Feb 1996, nd to continue interrupted message.] wrote:
> Has anybody considered if these trackways have been distorted by natural
> forces either during formation(when they were still soft) or later?
> I'm wondering if perhaps this sort of event would result in the
> spacing/position of prints that would throw off correct interpretation.
> Granted, this kind of distortion wouldn't cause an outtoed animal's
> tracks to look intoed, but what if their position shrunk or expanded to
> the point where it could make a sprawling creature look like it was
> walking erect?
Of course, if this were the case, the hindlimbs would have to have
sprawled as much as the forelimbs. You wanna try to make a ceratop
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