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Re: Emus a Model for Dinosaurs?
Mickey M. commented on the occurence of a 4th trochanter in V. but not D.
and assumed he was referring to adults in both, rather than a feature
acquired through ontogeny or peculiar to a particular sex.
Difference in age between the two individuals involved (old _Velociraptor_
individual, young _Deinonychus_)? Different sexes? Or is the pattern
consistent for all _V._ and _D._ specimens?
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