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RE: Featherless Velociraptor on Nat'l Geographic Channel Feb. 8
Nah... what really gets me is they've been mispelling Dorodon as "Durodon"
>But as Dr. Thomas R. Holtz says: "WTF - Where're the feathers?!" See the
>ubiquitous featherless _Velociraptor_ at
b-Photos/11 . It's probably yet another case of "Sure, they ought to have
feathers, but it's just too hard to do that in CG." What a lost
opportunity! "White Tip's Journey" from "Dinosaur Planet" still gets my
vote for the most authentic _Velociraptor_ in a documentary.
Ralph W. Miller III
Docent at the California Academy of Sciences
Member of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
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