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Re: Rearing up on hind legs (was Re: Parrish's neck work ...)

At 05:16 PM 5/3/99 -0400, Danvarner@aol.com wrote:
>  Don't forget that whales (and mosasaurs!) are bouyant and nearly weightless 
>in their native environment, although pressure gradients must be taken into 
>consideration. Sauropods were the heaviest animals ever, bar none.

Except *possibly for the very largest sauropods, none match the mass of the
blue whale, not even for those few species that are as *long* as the blue

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