Gliding from Trees
Their pectoral muscles were too weak to achieve flapping flight.
They could not sprint fast enough to launch themselves from the ground. They
were poor turners. They could not even take off after running on an incline
while furiously flapping their wings.
The only scenario left was a bumbling glide wherein the dinosaurs stretched out
their arms like flying squirrels and jumped from tree to tree, clattering among
Thanks to Brad Kushner.