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Re: Wading Sauropods
On Wed, 11 Jan 2006, Phil Bigelow wrote:
An added advantage: Head position while the sauropod is in the water
becomes irrelevant if breathing is temporarily suspended.
For the most part, but if the water actually deep enough and if the
sauropod could not raise its neck very much, it might actually
submerge the head and it might not be able to navigate as well. In
fact, I wonder if this (ability to raise the head/neck enough) would
be an argument against sauropods going into deep water...
(not to mention a river current acting against such a broad