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Re: Resting Sauropods
On Tue, 14 Jul 1998, Roy Nash wrote:
> My guess is they just stood there. Giraffes do this - they are able to
> somehow lock their legs. As sauropods probably lived in herds (or whatever
> the collective term is) they may well have slept propped up on each other.
This brings the image to mind of a row of sauropods falling over like
dominoes if they all leaned in the same direction.