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Re: Sky Monsters (w/spoilers)
Dear Dave and List,
> Just saw it.
I just saw it last week as well. I thought it to be, besides the sub
standard CGI, not too bad.
> Too bad the giant wing phalanx turned out to be wood. As Harry Carey
> would have put it, "It might be, it could be, it isn't!
I have, in the field, mistaken all sorts of things for fossil material. I
have not, however, gone on TV toting my maxilla shaped rock as a new
Godzilla sized nextbestthingosaurus. That must have hurt.
> Too bad they listened to whoever told them to attach the wings to the
> hind legs. Needlessly complicated, fluttering trailing edge. Flaps down
> configuration almost always. I saw the credits, but I'm not naming
So you are saying pterosaurs didn't have a wing attachment to their legs? I
may be mistaken, but I believe there is at least one fossil pterosaur
impression with evidence of this.
Too bad someone told them the wings were furry or hairy. I've never seen
> that. Is it true?
TMK, It's true for Sordes.
> David Peters
> St. Louis