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RE: Bipedal apatosaurs and stegosaurs?

At 01:12 PM 10/9/96 -0500, Rob Meyerson wrote:

>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.

        both of these are animals with long front legs, and their behavior
is not necessarily analougus to that of short fore-legged high browsers.
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