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Sorry to bring this up again, but I had a question for all of you out
there. It is now commonly believed (among the scientific community) that
sauropods could not bend their necks to feed on the upper-most foliage.
But what if they didn't have to? I was thinking that perhaps they could
rear up on their hind legs, using their enourmous tails for balance, to
eat the upper-most foliage.
Any thoughts appreciated,