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Re: oops and rest of my post.



In a message dated 5/26/99 1:21:50 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Z966341@wpo.cso.niu.edu writes:

<< Brachiosaurus was an excellent flier -- it had long arms
 (=wings), its neck could be used as an air rudder, and the claws of
 its hindfeet were ideal for perching in confiers, where it fed
 exclusively high-flying insects and pterosaurs.  >>

I thought they were leapers, rearing back and launching themselves into the 
tree branches to escape danger.  Then, of course, they held themselves very, 
very still, relying on their camouflage color...
Question is, was giggling a problem?