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Re: Blood flow in Sauropods

>Bill Hunt - Hunt Studios
>Wildlife - Paleo Wildlife

Made some interesting comments but don't rely on what you can get bones to
do. If you take a human skeleton, for example, you can move most joints
through degrees of movement that are impossible in a living human. The
point it that, while experiments with bones can demonstrate the possible
range of movements, it does not mean that the organism was able to make all
those movements in life.

Be careful when playing with bones; dead animals do lie.

Cheers, Paul