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Re: The Epidendrosaurus and aye-aye



on 10/8/02 2:04 AM, npharris@umich.edu at npharris@umich.edu wrote:

> I'd say, on the contrary, it looks to me like an animal with a feathered
> forelimb trying to have its cake and eat it, too.  The second finger is short
> and supports the feathers, while the third is elaborated for grasping.


That's entirely possible too. I just really doubt the aye-aye thing and was
tossing out another possible explanation.

Best,

Brett
www.demonpuppy.com