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Re: could Cetiosaurus and Brachiosaurus swing their necks fast?
Subject: Re: could Cetiosaurus and Brachiosaurus swing their necks fast?
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 00:48:07 +0100
thank you for the prompt reply.
Are you thinking predation in packs, or of small tick grooming
critters hitching a lift like the lizards that groom seals on
either....if predation, though, nothing that would be immediately fatal to
the sauropod (maybe the maniraptor landed on teh top instead of the bottom
half of the neck)
If the latter it makes me wonder whether sauropods could
as long as they had muscles directly beneath the skin, I would assume they
On 7/19/07, Anthony Docimo <email@example.com> 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.