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Re: Archaeopteryx flight
David Marjanovic writes:
While I don't know about that, *Coelophysis* was apparently still able to
rotate its lower arms, while *Allosaurus* (pers. obs. on the cast in the
museum here) and more birdlike theropods can't do that
But what specific features did you "personally observe" that led you to this
conclusion - that tetanurine forearms are less rotatable (i.e.
supination/pronation) compared to coelophysids?
Thanks in advance.
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