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RE: Bipedal apatosaurs and stegosaurs?
From: Robert J Meyerson <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Rob Meyerson)
> When one considers the high browsers of today (i.e. elephants and
> giraffes) one occasionally sees them rearing to reach high
> branches. However, this is not their primary mode of feeding.
> When food is scarce, and they need. ...
While the larger high browsers do not, at present, habitually rear
up to eat, there is at least one "mid-browser" that does so, namely
the antelope called the gerenuk. It seems to prefer this feeding
posture even when it is not strictly necessary (as in zoos).
The peace of God be with you.