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Re: [Re: Moasaurus]

Oscar Quill <stonebugdotnet@yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- ELurio@aol.com wrote:
> > 
> > Well, if you compare scales on the feet of a chicken
> > to those on the back of 
> > an allegator, you'd see that they are very
> > different. Also the skin of the 
> > carnotaur, is like that all over it's body. 


Yeah, but that's because the scales on the back of an alligator are osteoderms
while the ones on the chicken are scutes. 

Now if you compare the feet you should find that a croc foot is a dead ringer
for a bird foot (minus secondary plantigradicity [neologism?] and a more
developed first toe).


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