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Terrestrial Origins and Evolution
Photo of reconstructed skeleton of Buitreraptor gonzalezorum. The long hindlimbs indicate that the animal was a fast runner. The elongated arms and massive shoulder girdle indicate powerful prey-grasping abilities. Like all other dromaeosaurs, Buitreraptor was armed with an enlarged claw on the second toe of each foot.
© 2005 The Field Museum, Photo by John Weinstein, image# GEO86430_30d


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