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Re: could Cetiosaurus and Brachiosaurus swing their necks fast?
Are you thinking predation in packs, or of small tick grooming
critters hitching a lift like the lizards that groom seals on
Galapagos? If the latter it makes me wonder whether sauropods could
On 7/19/07, Anthony Docimo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
ie, if something grabbed them by the neck*, could the sauropods move their
necks side-to-side/up-and-down fast enough to dislodge/hurl away the
* = no, not a large therapod....say a person, or a small maniraptor.