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Re: Europasaurus

R. Dale Guthrie has done some work lately on remnant
mammoths in the Pribiloff Islands and reached some
conclusions on the size of island necessary to support
a mammoth population.  This might be applicable to
Europasaurus dwarfing.

Glen Ledingham 

--- David Marjanovic <david.marjanovic@gmx.at> wrote:

> > I note that a dwarf sauropod is a BIG animal.
> Doesn't look bigger than a large dwarf elephant
> (except for tail and neck). 
> I think there are horses heavier than that.
> > Now think about the ecological implications of
> that...
> The islands shown on the map in the supp. inf.
> aren't all that small, 
> actually...