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In a message dated 2/13/01 3:43:22 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
<< So what? _Tyrannosaurus_ has tiny forelimbs, and those of _Carnotaurus_
even smaller. (And since _Carnotaurus_ is an Early Cretaceous abelisaur,
perhaps its direct descendents of the Late Cretaceous lost them altogether.)
Hesperornithids also have tiny forelimbs. >>
Carnotaurus has crocodille-like skin, it's one of the few theropods who's
skin we've got. That's a major clue that it's not related to birds.