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Re: Modelling large theropod movement
In a message dated 1/9/2008 4:40:05 PM Eastern Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
<< If you could comment on:
- head position in walking, running and standing - should it be as high as
is normally depicted?
- how far the head can be moved to the side without unbalancing the animal
- likely postures for the forelimbs
- leg width and movement, tail rigidity, jaw gape, anything really wierd we
should know about etc. >>
This is ground that has been covered numerous times. To answer your
questions I suggest that you watch the film of Hall Train's mechanical
Note the more correct position of the front limbs.
For added detail, see Kent Stevens' DinoMorph website section on
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