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Would you be kind enough to define (in the context of Dilophosaurus and
birds -- modern, I assume) the terms:
Joe Daniel wrote:
> John R. Hutchinson wrote:
> > There is no evidence of tool use whatsoever; `nuff said.
> No evidence for tool use, granted. Were they tool users? Likely. Tool
> use is very widespread in the animal kingdom and not limited to only
> those with opposable thumbs. Numerous birds have been seen to be tool
> users without the use of an opposable digit. There is every reason to
> think that a variety of dinosaurs were tool users as well.
> Joe Daniel
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