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I've been asked to create a short video for a museum about the leg position
of Triceratops. Older skeletons have the legs mounted more reptilian like
(splayed out to the side), while the newer mounts are more mammal-like in
stance with legs almost directly underneath the body.
Is there any consensus among those of you who study the Ceratopsians as to
the correct placement of the legs? What evidence supports this new leg
As always, thanks for any help with this.