anomoepus

Anomoepus

The Greatest Dinosaur-ologist Ever! The Reverend Edward Hitchcock.
April 7, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

Congregationalist Minister, Director of the Massachusetts Geological Survey, and First to Prove that Dinosaurs Had Feathers. Part Two: U-boats and the Knuckle Decipherment.(Read Part One Here) Ferocious Flat-foots frighten second grader. A cartoon from Punch 1855 shows three dinosaurs restored at the Crystal Palace as big-shouldered and flat-footed. Supposedly kids were dragged kicking and screaming […]

Walk like a bird: a dino-track puzzle
June 19, 2009 · 1 Comment

Here’s a map of dino tracks, made by an Anomoepus. It was an Early Jurassic omnivore (ate plants and animals) but it had feet like those of early meat-eaters’. Run your finger around the tracks. Most of the time the Anomoepus was walking on its toes with the ankle way off the ground, the way a […]



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