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--- ELurio@aol.com wrote:
> 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.
Does it? How so?
Question: does evidence of one sort of integument
always preclude the presence of any other kind?
Modern birds have scaly feet (unless my eyes and Nikon
deceive me, that is), and also possess feathers.
.oO=-Oscar Quill is a nom de something for Scott Elyard-=Oo.
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