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Re: Blood flow in Sauropods



    Why would Diplodocoideans have evolved their "more" horizontal neck from
the verticle-esque neck of all other sauropods if it didn't have some
tremendous advantage over the verticle-esque necks; i.e. why would they
expend all that energy in evolving a worse feeding apperatus?  Besides the
obvious physical adaptations showing that it was "possible," there are also
the questions of why b.s. around with building your body to do this, if you
couldn't do this?

Peter Buchholz
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