18th Nov '14 4:15:40 PM blockboy
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18th Nov '14 4:14:39 PM blockboy
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18th Nov '14 1:30:38 PM blockboy
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I found this deviation on DA that shows how Spinosaurus could be bipedal with those tiny hind limbs. I recommend taking a look at it and reading the comments.
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17th Nov '14 4:27:51 PM blockboy
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17th Nov '14 4:23:17 PM blockboy
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17th Nov '14 4:22:47 PM blockboy
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It is worth pointing out that super-short hind legs aren't enough for bipedal movement. Headden and Cau pointed out that theropods were poorly adapted for quadrupedal movement (even knuckle-walking). The quadrupedal thing was assumed on the basis of the proportions and not the forelimb structure. I hope they justify their conclusions in that monograph.
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19th Oct '14 7:33:36 PM matruz
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