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Re: Sauropod Necks

Geese, with proprotionally long necks, eat grass.  Grass is not

(however it's likely that geese evolved long necks before they evolved
the grass-eating trait, so perhaps the long neck grazer is a poor


Stanley Friesen wrote:
> All well-known animals with long necks use them for one purpose - access to
> elevated food sources.

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