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Re: Finally some non-theropod questions (actual question en

Just an opinion from a lurker -- how about *a thunder of sauropods* ?

Joyce Green
Utah Museum of Natural History

Date sent:      Tue, 2 Jun 1998 15:28:35 -0500 (CDT)
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From:           Jack <jconrad@lib.drury.edu>
To:             Ralph Miller III <gbabcock@best.com>
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Subject:        Re: Finally some non-theropod questions (actual question 

On Tue, 2 Jun 1998, Ralph Miller III wrote:

> camarasaur chicks were not consuming rough plant material.  

love the usage of "chicks"; what was a group of sauropods called?  brood,
flock, murder, herd, mob?  I know that it really depends on the social
structure, but based on what we know, what is the most common way of
referring to a group?