Just an intruiging ditty here about how Plateosaurus walked I found. They say it was unable to take a quadrupedal pose as its hands faced to the side instead of the front (as true of all theropods now). I think this is rather silly, as all reconstructions of constantly bipedal Plateosaurus I've seen look something like

and are rather silly.

Balancing on that (because the tail is no longer dragging) would be impratical and plain goofy-looking.

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