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Re: Bird vs. theropod dinosaur tracks/trackways
I am just now getting my mail (70 new messeges), so forgive me if
this has been answered.
>> 1). Why do birds "waddle" (and thus turn their toes inwards) and
>>apparently did not (as manifested by the trackway evidence)?
>A guess: birds have a wider "carriage" due to adaptation for
sounds good to me
>> 2). What skeletal or other morphological feature(s) cause a bird
>>pigeon-toed and theropods not?
Flying birds also have a much larger breastplate to support the
muscles needed to sustain flight, thereby widening the body.
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