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Re: Re-emergence of lost features.
> >Are any examples of normal-winged birds with throw-back clawed hands =
> >ever found?
The moorhen chick has claws on the undeveloped wings, too, and uses the
clawed wings "to clamber back if it falls from its waterside nest." See a
photograph of this little avian dinosaur chick on page 45 of _Eyewitness
Science: Evolution_, by Linda Gamlin, published by Dorling Kindersley,
1993, ISBN 1-56458-233-7.
-- Ralph Miller III email@example.com