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R: Goose stepping Pachyrhinosaurus
----- Original Message -----
From: Betty Cunningham <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2000 12:30 AM
Subject: Re: Goose stepping Pachyrhinosaurus
> that is not a walk stride, that is more of a trot stride (though that
> back leg is way too high in rotation)
> -Betty Cunningham
>>Larry Dunn wrote:
> > Please look at this sculpture:
> > http://www.linkandpinhobbies.com/graphics/gr_pach2.jpg
> > Would an animal such as _Pachyrhinosaurus_ *walk* that
> > way?
Also for me this is not a walk stride but more probably is a trot stride,
and I think that Pachyrhinosaurus and also all others Ceratopsidae could
walk in that way and also run a little fast, in fact, if I remember
correctly some time ago Alexander McNeill pubblished an article in which he
hypothesized that most probably Triceratops have the same locomotory
capability of a Rhinos.
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