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Re: Dromaeosaurus Tracks?
All I can say is that dromaeosaur tracks have recently been described and a
paper is being reviewed. Martin Lockley is working on them and that's about
all I can say. You'll have to wait for the paper to come out possibly later
this year or early next year it looks like.
Andrew R. C. Milner
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----- Original Message -----
From: "George Blasing" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2007 6:31 AM
Subject: Dromaeosaurus Tracks?
All skeletal reconstructions of Dromaeosaur feet I have seen always show
the inside digit help upright. Have their ever been tracks found that
prove this position is accurate? I realize that curvature of the "killing
claw" suggests that they would keep the claw off the ground, but to what
extent? Any help.