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Re: Lemurs and Feathers

In a message dated 6/20/01 6:53:01 AM, t_gmhuman@agency.com writes:

<< Then why don't we see Sauropods or Tyrannosaurs with elongated front wings 
for brooding? >>

Tyrannosaurus arms were about the size of your own. With a set of long 
feathers on them, they could easily have covered a nest full of dozens of 
eggs or hatchlings.

Yeah, how the heck DID those sauropods brood anything?

Thomas P. Hopp
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