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RE: Lemurs and Feathers



> Brooding, of
> course, is simply our teleological explanation of WHY the
> forelimb bones and
> integument made the progressive changes they did, in the absence
> of flight.
> So far, ALL THE DATA are consistent with brooding.

Then why don't we see Sauropods or Tyrranosaurs with elongated fornt wings
for brooding?

cheers, martin