fine enough. It doesn't seem to change that much about
>appearance, but what's up with the T rex? The "new"
>it bare teeth! I thought that theropods had at
least a small amount of
>covering over the teeth. Not lips per se,
but something fleshy.
no lips, that is 100 percent correct. No lips what so ever, read my paper.
L., 1997, Did Theropods have Lizard Lips?: Southwest Paleontological Symposium –
Proceedings, 1997, p. 65-78.
L., 1998, A crocodile smile, or a lizard smile, which was it for theropods?: The
Dinofest Symposium, presented by The Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, >April 17-19, 1998, edited by Wolberg D. L., Gittis K., Miller
S., Carey L., and Raynor A., p. 15-16.
nose I don’t believe for a minute. I’ll have to read the article, but I don’t
buy it for a minute. Why in the world would an animal evolve with it’s nose on
top of its head if >its nostrils were still at the
the skull’s noise is way to big and the ears are in the wrong place (yea, I
know, nick picking). Are they using animals close to dinosaurs?
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No lips?!?!?!? Or even a fleshy covering!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? Just because
lizards have lips
and crocodiles don't doesn't mean dinosaurs did not have lips!!! It seems that
dinosaurs have small
holes in the bottom and outside surfaces of their maxillary bones and
pre-maxillary bones as well as the
tops and outside surfaces of their lower jaw and that these holes had blood
vessels running through them. If there were blood vessels running through these
holes, then there would be some kind of fleshy covering over the teeth! If there
weren't any there would not be any lips instead it would be like any other piece
of skin on the head and have blood vessels from the rest of the head
running through it!! Dinosaurs HAD