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Tag Archives: Crurotarsans
Look at the surface of an animal, you will see what the animal looks like. Look beneath the surface, you will see why it looks that way. I’ve done a few musculature studies of fossil animals over the years, and … Continue reading
This is a short post; I’d write more about denticles, but I’d want to prepare more material to do so (it’s a detailed subject). Most carnivorous archosaurs have denticles on their teeth. These are small, nearly microscopic nodules that persist … Continue reading
Bill Parker over at Chinleana has covered this here, but I figured I’d highlight somethin he says, and something the paper notes. The new archosauromorph Azendohsaurus madagaskariensis  supplements our previosu taxon Azendohsaurus laaroussi [2,3], and provides damning evidence against … Continue reading