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Re: [Re: Dinosaurs footprints found in Italy]



christopher robert noto <crnoto@midway.uchicago.edu> wrote:

> The three-fingered footprints, some as long as 18 inches, were found in June
in a cave

Does this imply that we now have evidence of some advanced, hand-standing
dinosaurs?  ;)

Chris

Actually, it means the translator was in a hurry and forgot that English
language has a different word for foot "fingers". Many languages don't make
this distinction: they are all just "fingers" :)
It is funny, though,imagining some theropod hand-walking.
Beri


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