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    I'll repost the link once again:...

    I'll repost the link once again: http://tyrannosauroideacentral.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/nanotyrannus-isnt-real-really.html

    Which features, may I ask?
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    -The spinal cord stops at roughly kidney level,...

    -The spinal cord stops at roughly kidney level, it doesn't grow with the body.

    -Cutting it out doesn't remove it from the genepool. And character evolution is more complex than that.

    -Our...
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    Mammoths are elephants tho; they are closer to...

    Mammoths are elephants tho; they are closer to Asian elephants than African elephants are, and Afro-Asian social behaviour and hybridation was observed in captivity; they were probably VERY similar....
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    Yeah, like mammoths, right? Deinonychus got...

    Yeah, like mammoths, right?

    Deinonychus got some published heights at about man height. The thing is, that, just like the giraffe-height Tyrannosaurus, involves a tripod posture. Combine that...
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    Well, most of the Oviraptor representations you...

    Well, most of the Oviraptor representations you will see are actually a different animal called Citipati, with different cranial ornamentation than Oviraptor. However, those animals were refered to...
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    A vertical spine seems to be the ancestral...

    A vertical spine seems to be the ancestral condition to crown hominoids due to brachiation requiring it, so quadrupedalism is secondary, and that can be further corroborated by comparing the gaits of...
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    Probably not, the furcula would make the stress...

    Probably not, the furcula would make the stress distribution quite bad for that purpose. Gripping or flapping forces are quite unlike those of weightbearing. Prosauropods lacked a furcula and ended...
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