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Re: The death throes of drowning
On Wed, 31 Jan 1996, Jeff Poling wrote:
> Does anybody know if there's any research that shows that animals that
> drown end up in the contorted death pose (ie neck and tail bent over the
> back) that some dinosaurs are found in?
I was under the impression that this position indicated just the
opposite: that the animal died in a dry area and the neck and tail
ligaments contracted as the body was dessicated.
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