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Re: Yet more on dinosaur quad climbers



> 
> Yes, but those climbing quadrupeds (especially mammals) without
> opposable digits have manifold other arboreal adaptations.  This has
> been discussed at length on this list.
> 
> 

There is a big difference between an adaption to climb into trees and
the adaption of to mobility within trees.  The two are not the same and
a theropod with wings has no need for an ability to swing in the
branches.