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Re: Bounding *Thecodontosaurus* (was Re: Eustreptospondylus Q's)



Since everyone's dropping names, how about "Drinker"? It's small, so mass
wouldn't be a problem. Maybe the extra large feet would help with the
springing. Is there another dino more rabbit-like?

-Sherry
ANSP prep lab

>On Fri, 1 Jan 1999 22:45:19 -0800 (PST) "Jaime A. Headden"
>Rabbits and pronghorns both have very long metatarsals in relations to
>their femora, and very short (front to back) ilia; the muscles that
>pull the femur up and tibia forward (m. iliofemoralis, and m.
>femorotibialis) are closely appressed to the femur, and quite narrow,
>and short.