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Re: bipedality in pterosaurs (was:climbing dromaeosaurs and friends)

In a message dated 12/10/00 2:49:42 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
scott_hartman@hotmail.com writes:

<< This doesn't mean that they couldn't have been bipedal, but 
 if so, they did it in a different way. >>

  Dimorphodonts would also have to do it with a plantigrade foot. See: