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Re: Troodon menace in London? (Humour)
Did seem like they reused their Coelophysis 3D model rather than
making new ones in the hope that no one would notice.
On 4/25/07, Dino Guy Ralph <email@example.com> wrote:
This should come as no surprise. "Walking with Dinosaurs" and "Chased by
Dinosaurs" also feature naked maniraptoran dinosaurs, with the exception of
_Mononykus_ in the latter video. "Dinosaur Planet" and "When Dinosaurs
Roamed America" feature fluffier critters. I haven't seen "Prehistoric
Park," but at least _Microraptor_ must have some feathers!
"Feather 'em all! Let cladists sort 'em out!"
Dino Guy Ralph
Docent at the California Academy of Sciences
Dinosaur and Fossil Education
Member of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
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Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2007 12:04 AM
Subject: Troodon menace in London? (Humour)
Ummm. Are the critters in the video really Troodons? Long, lizardy,
tails. No feathers. This isn't what I had expected them to look
University of Melbourne
(Still waiting for the better remake of "Jurassic Park" in which the
raptors have feathers and GET THE OBNOXIOUS CHILDREN!)