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George Olshevsky writes:
<< Why is it that any fossil that doesn't fit the cladogram/theory of the day
called a chimera? Not to say Archaeoraptor is or isn't one, just that this
particular excuse is getting a little overworked (Protoavis, Avimimus,
Rahonavis, etc.). >>
Well.... for one thing, one of the femora looks to be at least 25% longer
than the other, which is certainly odd in a supposedly articulated specimen.