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Re: elasmosaur necks

Last I heard about elasmosaur feeding  habits, they were fairly slow
surface-feeding piscivores, sort of a Leatherback turtle in the back-end and
a heron in the front-end. They used their long necks to be able to range
around and "swoop" down on surface fish - therefore no problems with
hydro-drag on necks, at least when feeding.

Is this model currently in favor, or has it gone to that big boneyard in the

Jeffrey Willson <jwillson@harper.cc.il.us>