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I was reading through _Dinosaurs: A Global View_, by Czerkas and
Czerkas, when I came across the claim that _Archaeopteryx_'s bones were
not hollow. Is there any truth to this claim?
If so, this would be an autapomorphy of this particular animal, as other
theropods *did* have hollow bones. Correct?
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Tacoma, WA 98447
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