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Megaraptor (was Re: Pygostyle)
>>_Megaraptor_ the same as _Unenlagia_? _Megaraptor_'s big megalosaur-like
arms would look quite funny hanging from the shoulders of a dino-bird. Do
you mean _Unquillosaurus_?<<
Speaking of Megaraptor, somebody knows more about it than I do.
It isn't a deinonychosaur, is it? I didn't think they lived in South America.
I asked this question a few years back to Jeff Poling, but nobody knew much
about Megaraptor then. Is Megaraptor a giant noasaur or what?
Timothy Williams wrote:
> > *Archeopteryx* and *Rahonavis* do have stiffened
> >tails formed by elongate centra and chevrons, more so
> >in *Rahonavis* and dromies than in Archie, while the
> >only specimen of *Unenlagia* lacks caudal material
> >(same if *Megaraptor* is referrable to Unen).
> _Megaraptor_ the same as _Unenlagia_? _Megaraptor_'s big megalosaur-like
> arms would look quite funny hanging from the shoulders of a dino-bird. Do
> you mean _Unquillosaurus_?
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