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Reason: Pronated hands.
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Various ornithopod dinosaurs. Far left: Camptosaurus, left: Iguanodon, centre background: Shantungosaurus, centre foreground: Dryosaurus, right: Corythosaurus, far right (small): Heterodontosaurus, far right (large): Tenontosaurus.

Drawing by John Conway

  1. May not be a true ornithopod.


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