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The Extremes of Tetrapod Forelimb Modification

You Have Just Got to Hand it to Drepanosaurus unguicaudatus A team of international scientists including researchers from a number of eminent American scientific institutions (Stony Brook University, The Dinosaur Institute at the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum and the Natural History Museum of Utah, have published a remarkable description of a Late Triassic, diapsid […]
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