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Re: Giant sauropod skulls

Good question. I'd like to know myself what the range of skull length would be. It would depend somewhat on which family of sauropod, but about 4 feet might be a good approximation (perhaps one of the sauropod experts could give a range of skull lengths for the bigger forms).
Giraffatitan probably got up to 100 feet long, and there are some skulls of it known. But even if one doesn't have a skull, one could roughly estimate skull size from other bones.
From: MR_CYNIC@webtv.net (Chris C)
Reply-To: MR_CYNIC@webtv.net
To: dinosaur@usc.edu
Subject: Giant sauropod skulls
Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 17:32:05 -0700 (PDT)

Just curious, but how large would the skull be on a 100 ft long
sauropod? Have there been complete skulls found of any of the ultra
large beasts?

Chris Clifford

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