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Re: Bipedal apatosaurs and stegosaurs?
> This notion is going to get me into trouble.
Oh, I don't know about that.
> An alternative starts with the observation that flightless birds also
> have poorly developed neural control of their arms, because they do
> not use them much. ... all
> of these are adaptations are normally observed in bipeds.
Hmm, one more argument for a bipedal feeding posture in some sauropods
This keeps looking better.
> This idea is very difficult to confirm or
> deny. Even if hindprint only stego or apato trackways are found, it remains
> possible that the animals were merely stepping onto their foreprints
> with the hindfeet.
OR, the prints are underprints, and the foreprints didn't penetrate
So, this is, indeed, a difficult thing to confirm.
The peace of God be with you.