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Re: Cretaceous taeniodont
Quoting John Bois <email@example.com>:
> Body plan. Dinosaurs were primitively bipedal. Presumably, this was part
> of the package that contributed to their early success. I was just
> re-reading Orwell's brilliant essay on mining. Two-legged
> transport in the confines of tunnels is a nightmare. This could be part
> of the reason, at least. Many large dinsoaurs were secondarily on four.
> The fact that no small dinosaurs did this (so far) _may_ indicate that
> others had the edge here.
Psittacosaurs (facultative?) and basal neoceratopians?
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University of Michigan