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From: "Considine, Blaise" <BPC.APA@email.apa.org>
> weren't the segnosaurs (I hope I spelled that correctly) theropods? and
> weren't some of them herbivorous?
I don't think so. At least not so far as I know.
> What's the deal with this group anyway?
> Are they in any way related to the prosauropods to which they share
> several similarities (long neck, quadrapedal/bipedal stance). Is this
> group a bridge between the theropods and sauropods?
This was one theory for awhile. Current data supports the
theory that they are simply a somewhat aberrant group of
The peace of God be with you.