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Re: Lack of velociraptor footprints



Has anyone mentioned or discussed "erosion" as a factor in the absence
of small footprints and small details in the existing footprints?

E. Summer

Roger Compton wrote:

> Is it possible that the claw developed at maturity similar to deer
> antlers?
> This could explain the lack of small theropod prints.
> Another possibility is that the claws were used primarily for
> climbing, and
> an arboreal animal would not be likely to leave tracks.
>
> Roger



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