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Re: CNN report on the feathered dino

In a message dated 3/8/02 1:28:38 AM Pacific Standard Time, david.marjanovic@gmx.at writes:

   <<  Hawks retract their legs in flight just like any other bird.  DV

OK, eagles don't, at least not all
the time. >>

Eagles retract their legs in normal flight. The landing gear come down only if they are going to be used.
      I've been reminded off-list the herons have a different configuration, so "any other" birds doesn't apply. DV