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Re: Dromaeosaurid tails/tales - help
<Can anyone point me in the direction of an article or illustration that
restores _Deinonychus_ leaping upon larger prey (such as _Tenontosaurus_)?
In other words, _Deinonychus_ is jumping into the air, and perhaps using its
tail for stability.>
Disappointingly, the flying deino in the Great Hall at the Peabody in New
Haven was no longer airborne at my last visit, so the logo on the website is
now a reminiscence.
By the way, for anyone who hasn't seen it already, there are some pictures
of Chinese feathered dinos from the 1999 exhibit here: