Experience seems to show that when I talk about dinosaurs I mostly say bullshit, but I have to ask anyway, at least to be corrected^^:
Some bipedal dinosaurs like this one remember me a little kangaroo skeleton, so, are some of them known to be able to sprint, jumping with joined feet like a kangaroo, or is it impossible for some reason?
By the way, Mr. Hartman your work is amazing. You are a titan!
I begin to ask myself if I’m not possessed by the spirit of a dead paleontologist -_-‘, first I draw a parasaurolophus breathing under water with a broken crest, then a sauropod with only the top of its head over the surface of a river, and now that… at least it allow me to understand better.
This it almost weird to me that no hopping theropods existed since a lot of small birds do it. Now I have to find when they began to move like this^^.
Thanks for your aware answer.
And finally, there simply is no such thing as terrestrial carnivores that scavenge exclusively for a living.
(no offense to Gorgo, he's one of my fav tyrants)