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Re: Dinosaur Herds
Maybe with the size of the footprints, if there were bigger and smaller
sauropods in the herd.
But did someone ever find such tracks?
Luc J."Aspidel" BAILLY.
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From: Daniel Bensen <email@example.com>
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Subject: Re: Dinosaur Herds
> Did they live in big herds?
> Did they take care of the newborn?
> Did males and females live together?
> Were the herds lead by a matriarch?
> MY OPINION:
> 1. yes
> 2. possibly
> 3., 4. no idea
> HARD EVIDENCE:
> 1. limited
> 2., 3. I don't know of any
> 4. none at all<<
> Is there any track evidence for herding in brachiosaurs? Or can one
> tell one sauropod from another by tracks alone?