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Re: sauropod feeding dogma*



 From: GSP1954@aol.com
 > ... Apatosaurs were probably so massively
 > constructed so that they could rear up and then push down riverine
 > trees of a foot or more in trunk diameter, and about 50 feet tall. 

Hmm, an interesting possiblility.  Elephants today do much the same
thing.

Either way, the important point to note is that Apatosaurus was
probably ecologically unique, since it was unique anong the
diplodocids.

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