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RE: Raptors climbing trees?
> From: owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu [mailto:owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu]
> On Behalf Of Steve Walsh
> It has been suggested that deinonychosaurs had some flight
> ability and perhaps employed WAIR (Wing-Assisted Incline
> Running) like some extant ground living birds that nest in
> trees like turkeys.
I am amused/alarmed that the "More" section of "About this video" says
"Copyright:C2003 University of Maryland", since these are from the
University of MONTANA...
Many more videos available at THEIR lab can be found at
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Office: Centreville 1216
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