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Dinosauria Obsoleta: Tetrapteryx Revisited by Carnoferox
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Beebe's hypothetical stages of flight, with 1 being the Tetrapteryx. Fig. 11 from Beebe (1915). In the last installment of Dinosauria Obsoleta, I briefly discussed William Beebe's hypothetical Tetrapteryx (meaning "four-winged") stage in the ...
Sauropodomorph Size by Spinosaurus75 DinosaurFan
Sauropodomorph size is difficult to estimate given their usually fragmentary state of preservation. Sauropods are often preserved without their tails, so the margin of error in overall length estimates is high. Mass is calculated using the ...
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