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Re: Antarctic Elasmosaur



Steve Brusatte wrote:

>Perrhaps...or, maybe they seasonally migrated (like some modern whales, which 
>are endothermic, but that's beyond the point).  It's only speculation, though.

Except that whales only migrate to breed in warmer waters. Plesiosaurs
and Pliosaurs in southern Australia (inside the Antarctic circle in the
Cretaceous) appear to have bred in the colder waters.

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