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pterosaurs, pre-K/T theropods, and Certhiidae



Has anyone yet done an osteological comparison (with
myological extrapolations) between pterosaurs and
pre-K/T feathered, flying and secondarily flightless,
theropods, and the extant species within Certhia, the
"treecreepers"? These interesting dinosaurs are
adapted to "walking" up the sides of trees, feeding on insects.

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