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RE: Evidence For a Feathered Velociraptor...

Jim Cunningham wrote:

>>But it's a tough sell to say that these forces qualify as "aerodynamic load".

> Under the circumstances that you describe, that is exactly what they qualify 
> as. 

Sorry, I should have been more specific.  Would the aerodynamic load in this 
case (_Velociraptor_ leaping through the air, or 
extending its forelimbs toward prey) be comparable to what bird wings are 
exposed to during flapping flight?  


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