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Re: Velociraptor footprints

       No. And I doubt that didactyl theropod tracks will ever be found in
>any great numbers (extraordinary preservational circumstances and injuries
>being the exceptions). It does not make sense to me for an animal to spend
>most of its life with a digit retracted. The only evidence cited for this
>posture is that it would reduce claw wear, but no "hard" evidence exists. 

Don't cats do this, more or less?