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OH NO! NOT "RAPTORS" AGAIN!
Allan Edels wrote:
> Since the popularization of the term raptor ("Jurassic Park"), many
> people (lay-people as well as scientists) know what kind of body- > plan to
> expect when someone uses that term in the name of a > dinosaur. That
> is, a bipedal, lightly-built, probably quick-moving, > large-brained,
> large-eyed predator, with vicious-looking, large, > sickle-claws on the
> rear feet (second claw), grasping claws on the > front feet (hands), and
> stiffened tail [aka, a dromaeosaur].
What about _Eoraptor_, _Sinraptor_, and _Oviraptor_, none of which fit