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RE: A glider?
Sounds suspiciously like what Gerhard Heilmann proposed with his "Proavis":
Its striking how close these images are to the specimens that are now being
found in China 85 years later!
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Subject: A glider?
Observing the position of the limbs and the spread feathers it seems to me
animal was a sort of a glider. One can easily imagine these creatures
up the trees and then gliding short distances from one tree to another.
one obviously missed the target tree ;) - it looks just like a cartoon
character that made a heavy landing.)
One can also speculate that the nests of these dromaeosaurs were high up in
the trees and that young dinosaurs (like the fossilized one) abandoned the
nest while still immature, jumping from the nest and gliding all the way to
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