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re:Computerized Buoyancy Tests Suggest Sauropods Floated, Could T ipOver



I wonder if new calculations have been done on the pressure on their bodies?
Would this still be an issue at the surface? My initial thought is probably
not, but someone more physics minded may know better

David Craven

Bolton Museum

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