I am Getting Too Old and Giant For This

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perpetualartistsblock:

Protoceratops playing on the computer, while the Velociraptor behind him laments over his inability to play computer since he can’t pronate his hands. Such a tragedy.

I don’t know, I’ve heard ceratopsians weren’t great at pronating either. And the Velociraptor could always just stick its elbows out to make its hands face down.
Although I now realize that I’ve always wanted to say “that Protoceratops is a spy!” and just never had a proper excuse. Golly gee whillikers.

I just assumed that since ceratopsians could use their forelimbs to walk on, that they could pronate. As for the elbow thing…
Coelurosaurs have pretty inflexible fingers too, so that probably doesn’t help either.
What is perspective and anatomy

dohoho, no usin’ the WASD keys for you, Velociraptor.

    perpetualartistsblock:

    sarcasmosaur:

    perpetualartistsblock:

    Protoceratops playing on the computer, while the Velociraptor behind him laments over his inability to play computer since he can’t pronate his hands. Such a tragedy.

    I don’t know, I’ve heard ceratopsians weren’t great at pronating either. And the Velociraptor could always just stick its elbows out to make its hands face down.

    Although I now realize that I’ve always wanted to say “that Protoceratops is a spy!” and just never had a proper excuse. Golly gee whillikers.

    I just assumed that since ceratopsians could use their forelimbs to walk on, that they could pronate. As for the elbow thing…

    Coelurosaurs have pretty inflexible fingers too, so that probably doesn’t help either.

    What is perspective and anatomy

    dohoho, no usin’ the WASD keys for you, Velociraptor.

     
     
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      An articulated Triceratops hand showed that the hands of ceratopsians were turned outwards rather than pronated (unlike...
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      dohoho, no usin’ the WASD keys for you, Velociraptor.
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      I just assumed that since ceratopsians could use their forelimbs to walk on, that they could pronate. As for the elbow...