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Re: Adaptive advantage (was Re: ABSRD BAND on Sinornithosaurus feathers)



At 10:53 PM 15/03/01 -0600, Tim Williams wrote:
Does there have to be a modern example of a "jump-from-a-tree predator" in order to validate the theory? How many bipedal predators OF ANY KIND do you see today? (Apart from _Homo sapiens_.)

Quite a few. Herons, storks, secretary-birds, kookaburras, American Robins, you name it.



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