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RE: Novas, Age of Dinos in S.A., pg 203 figure D
On Thu, 15 Oct 2009, Nick Pharris wrote:
Quoting Bruce Woollatt <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Of course the stomping T.rex in Jurassic park doesn't help matters
either. Of course they wanted the dramatic build-up for its
appearance using the ripples in the glass of water and all.
That scene always drove me nuts. Would it even be *possible* for an
animal with the splayed-toed pedal anatomy of a tyrannosaur, walking
around on a lush forest floor well-padded with vegetation, to produce
those kind of earth-shaking thumps?
I'd have to watch it again, but wasn't that taking place on the road?