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Re: _Discover_ article
> See "Biological Consequences of Mesozoic Atmospheres: Respiratory Adaptations
> and Functional Range of *Apataosaurus*" (Richard A. Hengst et. al....
> This paper concludes that the respiratory system of apatosaurs would
> not have permitted an active lifesytle in the *modern* atmosphere ..
This is quite possible. It is, however, incorrect to generalize from
sauropods to other dinosaur groups. There are good reasons to consider
that sauropods may have had a different physiology than other dino
groups. In fact I suspect that they did.
The peace of God be with you.