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Re: Science feather strength debate

> 2010/11/3 Tim Williams <tijawi@gmail.com>:
>> Long stiff fingers can't be that bad for grasping prey.
>> _Velociraptor_ and _Deinonychus_ have them too.  It probably means you
>> have to
>> grasp prey with both hands.
> Out of ignorance: is there something in the morphology of these two
> suggesting prey grasping capabilities?

Let us not forget that the fighting dinosaur specimen of Velociraptor is
actually grasping something (the frill of the Protoceratops) with its left