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Re: Juravenator



In a message dated 3/15/2006 3:11:11 PM Eastern Standard Time,  
s.aegyptiacus@wanadoo.fr writes:
<< Can't see the photo clearly but it  bears the same kind of position (folded
arms with expanded hands) as some  *Archaeotperyx* or *Microraptor* ones .
Postmortem convergence, due to...  what? You can't expect all individuals to
die the same way. Is there any  muscle/ligament or what you want that can
produce this? Are birds and kin  known to present statistically the same
posture after death? >>

That was an incorrect photo. Here's the actual  specimen, the arms are quite 
unlike Archaeopteryx:

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/bigphotos/5733093.html


DV