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I was reading parts of a borrowed publication- it was "osteology of
Deinonychus antirrhopus" Peabody Bulletin 30 by Ostrom. Anyway, I was
surprised to read the description of the pubis. It was described as a flat
bladelike bone, without a shaft at all. However all the mounts and
descriptions I've seen, Deinonychus has the typical theropod "shaft and
boot" pubis. What' s the story?