The Anatomical Foundation for Multidisciplinary Studies of Animal Limb Function: Examples from Dinosaur and Elephant Limb Imaging Studies

@inproceedings{Hutchinson2008TheAF,
  title={The Anatomical Foundation for Multidisciplinary Studies of Animal Limb Function: Examples from Dinosaur and Elephant Limb Imaging Studies},
  author={John R Hutchinson and Charlotte E. Miller and Guido Fritsch and Tom Hildebrandt},
  year={2008}
}
What makes so many animals, living and extinct, so popular and distinct is anatomy; it is what leaps out at a viewer first whether they observe a museum’s mounted Tyrannosaurus skeleton or an elephant placidly browsing on the savannah. Anatomy alone can make an animal fascinating — so many animals are so physically unlike human observers, yet what do these anatomical differences mean for the lives of animals? 
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