Marshosaurus a carnivore.
most of your dinosaurs are innacurate in one way: the wrists. have u heard of how their claws never bent like that? thats called a pronated angle, or "puppy-dog" position. they, in life, had their wrists at a neutral position. just some help from the friendly dinosaur nerd B)
damn! 13 years of dinosaur study and I never noticed that...but thanks for the tip But i thought that raptors could do that. They had very flexible arms and some small theropod evolve into birds as you probably know. So raptors should be abke to do that or?
Sadly I thought the same...but naw..some guy corrected me and i felt really stupid..its a new development that most books dont cover tho..
One moment do you mean the angle of the wrists or the angle of the claws because the claws are bent right. Many theropods had strongly bent claws.
lol wanna start a newconversation.
Never heard of this Dinosaur. I'm going to look it up.