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Sorry for that, but I meant that "Iquanodons did not
have there radius cross each other".
--- Steven Coombs <email@example.com> wrote:
> No, Iquanodons did have there ulna and radius cross
> each other, and if the manus was held like a typical
> hadrosaur the arms would have been disarticulated.
> Don`t realy know for the Plateosaurdae?
> --- Gavin Rymill <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > A thought....
> > > > > The hands: You have all the hands pointed
> > palms-in towards the chest.
> > > > > Dinosaurus were not able to cross the radius
> > and ulna, and therefor
> > > > > could not have achieved this position.
> > > What about Plateosauridae or Iguanadontidae? >
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