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Re: Complete Dinosaur Mamenchisaur question
>From: "Jaime Headden" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Larry Dunn wrote:
>>I just received The Complete Dinosaur today, and noted that the
>>Sauropods chapter features several depictions of Mamenchisaurus
>>holding its neck up.
>There is only one *Mamenchisaurus* illustration (Greg Paul's) in that
>book. The other dinosaur in similar position was *Euhelopus* (the less
>compelte illustration), Mamenchi's direct ancestor.
Check again. There are in fact two illustrations of M. in TCD, one on
page 273, the other on page 275. Both feature a neck-up, giraffe-like
M. I understood that M. held it's neck horizontally, and that this was
the only posture possible based on the configuration of the neck
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