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Re: Re Sauropod Movement

WILLSCULPT@aol.com (Bill Hunt) brought up a good point about sauropods
needing to get their heads to the ground in order to get a hold of
stones that would become gastroliths.  However, Bill states:

> I think it's dangerous to assume that animals could not perform some
> tasks because we can't imagine how;

and I'd like to point out that I originally wrote in this thread
because I was trying to say that it's dangerous to assume that animals
did perform a particular task just because we can't imagine how they
could get by without it.

Mickey Rowe     (rowe@lepomis.psych.upenn.edu)