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Re: Pterosaur size
It could fly OK. It is dependent upon suitable conditions for launch, and
I'm not sure those conditions exist at the moment.
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From: "Nick Pharris" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Sent: Wednesday, December 13, 2006 11:53 AM
Subject: Re: Pterosaur size
Quoting jrc <email@example.com>:
In fact, I think the current size limit for flapping flight is below
Argentavis, and somewhat above the largest birds living...
I tend to agree with this particular statement, but what do avian limits
have to do with pterosaurian (or bat) limits?
Really? You don't think a volant bird the size of _Argentavis_ could
exist today (always barring the interference of meddling humans...)?