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> The pattern must have been repeated within the extinct avians and
> other theropods, especially the dromaeosaurs and troodontids.
> Russell's "Dinosauroid" seems to anthro-morph for dinosaur evolution
> to be a valid.
With the obvious caveat that crows aren't bipedal, hand equipped, slimy
green things (and that they are very highly derived relative to their
terrestrial ancestors - whose sociality and intellect was likely more
similar to other bird species).
So, basically - it "flies" in the face of Russell's (and Kish's?) model.