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Re: Woman against Abelisaur
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On 7/23/2011 9:03 AM, Asher Elbein wrote:
Unstable on sloping ground, hmm? That sounds useful- I'll bear that in mind.
That had to be an issue for the larger bipeds.
I grew up in the flatwoods -- by the time I encountered a non-negligible
hill, and had the chance to learn firsthand why you should never sprint
down a grade, I was old enough to remember the rather dramatic fall
Anecdotally speaking, exuberant young ostriches and emus apparently
sometimes have similar experiences -- and they can result in serious injury.
Areas w/ significant grade may have been relatively abelisaurid-free...