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On Mon, 25 Jun 2001, BJ Strata wrote:
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> The only track I know of that preserves the hallux also preserves most of 
> the lower limb!  You can actually see the drum stick!  To my untrained eye, 
> the hallux appears reversed, but that just may be mud-disfiguration (what 
> implications that would have, though!).  Kirkland and various other 
> paleontologists have interpreted this track as a dino-slip, but it looks 
> more like the animal was "squatting" in the mud (only one leg is preserved, 
> though).  If you can't tell, I was most impressed by this track.

That's a lot of body contact.

Ok, the "in" question: any sign of feathers (he said, mostly seriously)

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