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Re: Sequoias and t rex

smoore@scuacc.scu.edu wrote:
> If the Sequoia is the size to support a dinosaur rearing up it, then it
> would not be bendable under its weight.

What do you base this assertion on?  Sequoias regularly fall over in
mere thunderstorm winds, so it seems quite reasonable to assume they'd
be felled by sauropods weighing dozens of tons.  Heck, an elephant or
even a bear can knock over small trees on occasion, and they're a
heckuva lot smaller than a Brachiosaur!