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> The question of how or if sauropods cared for their young is extremely
> interesting, if vexing. I imagine the size difference between newborn
> and adult would be the greatest in terrestrial vertebrate history?
> Notwithstanding the grub-like young of marsupials...
Marsupials have it easy - they have an in-built pocket to keep their
joeys safe. Perhaps pandas are the closest sauropod analogue as far as
caring for tiny offspring? At least sauropods didn't have to
Dann Pigdon Australian Dinosaurs:
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