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Re: Dinosaur weights

In a message dated 97-08-21 18:07:29 EDT, redledger@cableinet.co.uk writes:

<< It was also assumed that (and this is where my
 ?physics is not so good) the mass of the dinosaur was equal to water, I
 think.  Does water have mass? >>

Here I think you want density, rather than mass. The density of the dinosaur,
that is, it's mass divided by its volume, should be about the same as that of
water, since living tissue is mostly water by volume.