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Re: TREE-CLIMBING DROMAEOSAURS



> > And the drawings that show Chatterjee & Palm's scansorial             
> > dromaeosaurs are very beautiful, 
> 
> Thanks, but not sure if 'beautiful' is the word I'd use.

Erm... "look lifelike"?

> > just Chatterjee always illustrates his
> > "protodromaeosaurs" with the head facing upwards and the tail used
> > like the stiff feathers of woodpeckers. I haven't read the papers by
> > Palm, however.
> 
> Chatterjee's 
> and Palm's proposal that dromaeosaurids were well-suited for trunk 
> clinging is poorly founded. Palm's diagrams show little 
> dromaeosaurids climbing down tree-trunks head-first: that's why the 
> animals in my drawing are doing the same thing.

Mhm.

What is "_Archaeopteryx_ MS"?

> There is apparently an old restoration of a climbing sloth-like 
> _Deinocheirus_, perhaps in a French publication. Has anyone seen it?

No...

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