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It has become de rigeur to paint or mount bipedal dinos in a "running"
position: the legs in some sort of dramatic "frozen moment" position
and head and tail extended.
One would only suppose that these poor beasts sat down sometimes.
So the question is, what did they look like sitting? How did they sit?
Is anyone aware of "sitting" portraits?
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