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Re: Sitting down.
> Date: Thu, 22 May 1997 00:02:34 -0400
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> Subject: Sitting down.
> 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?
I know at least one "sitting" portrait of an allosaur by Gregory
Paul, which appeared in Steven Stanley's 'Earth and Life through
time': it figures a very placid allosaur, lying down in the foreground,
contemplating a gathering of sauropods and stegosaurs around a