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*To*: Multiple recipients of list <dinosaur@lepomis.psych.upenn.edu>*Subject*: Re: Quo vadis, T. rex? [long]*From*: Jeffrey Martz <martz@holly.ColoState.EDU>*Date*: Tue, 6 Feb 1996 16:13:49 -0500*Reply-to*: martz@holly.ColoState.EDU*Sender*: dinosaur@lepomis.psych.upenn.edu

> Big assumption here, perhaps? If we assume T. rex is a maniraptoran > coelurosaur, does it not make sense that it would have had feathers of some > sort? THEN, perhaps, if a tyrannosaur walked by (nanotyrannus, perhaps, > since it was small enough to (perhaps) need insulation) they would say > "Whoa, that's a BIG bird! &%(&$%) (@&@ ^&$ @^_)*%(@&^)_^&(@&%@)!!!!!!" Assuming that any theropod except Archaeopteryx had feathers is a a much bigger assumption. LN Jeff

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