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Re: OVIRAPTOROSAURIA! Part One [Overview]
"Jaime A. Headden" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The position of the nesting oviraptor has startling implications:
> first, oviraptors sat upon their nests in a brooding, avian posture;
> second, oviraptorids would seem to wrap their long, gorilla
> proportioned arms around the perimeter of the nest, suggesting an
> avian mantle-type posture; third, oviraptorids were feathered.
Feathered? Just out of curiousity, were any ground surface impressions
preserved at this site? Impressions that would indicate feathers?