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RE: T. rex was a 'slow-turning plodder'...

John Hutchinson writes:
 > The model is flexible enough that you can add as many regions of
 > density as you want (we could put in a whole skeleton and give it
 > bone density), but you gotta stop somewhere. My suspicion is that
 > adding bones would raise leg density a bit and lift the whole body
 > CM a bit dorsally (toward the vertebral column), but not much else.

Er.  Surely if you add mass to the ventral portion of an object, the
CM moves centrally?  What am I missing?

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