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Re: Bakker & whiptails - jog my memory please!
In the November 1994 issue of _Earth_, Bakker describes his theories on how
sauropods used both their whip-like tails and their suppossedly powerful
jaws to defend themselves. Kinda like "sauropod ninjas", with megalosaurs
being whipped, bitten and flipped all over the place.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2000 8:03 PM
Subject: Bakker & whiptails - jog my memory please!
> Can any of you recall that popular article by Robert Bakker that appeared
> few years ago where he introduced readers to his concept of sauropods
> their tails defensively as bullwhips. (At least I think it was BAkker who
> wrote this. If not, who wass it then?)
> Do any of you recall the article I am only vaguely recalling? If you do
> you slip me the magazine reference citation so I can track it down again?
> (You can reply to me instead of the group.)