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Re: Long sauropod necks: a weapon?
From: Steve Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> A big, long, heavy horizontal neck would carry a lot of inertia, even if it
> didn't move very fast. Suppose a sauropod defense technique was to knock a
> much smaller predator off its feet with a neck strike - not with the little
> head, but with the broad slab of neck - and then trample it? ...
> I'd like this better if we had any evidence of head horns or armor.
How about *neck* "horns"? Have you ever seen a picture of Amargasaurus?
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