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Re: The Very Very Latest Paper From 2006!!!
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From: "don ohmes" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 9:34 PM
Elk are probably relatively far up the surface/mass ratio chart from
elephants though. I'm just saying that if the LAGs disappear in both the
largest dinos and the largest mammals, AND there are commonly dinos w/
well-defined LAGs that have significantly smaller surface/mass ratios than
the largest (temperate or cold climate) mammals, then that is relevant to
the debate about their respective thermo-regulatory systems.
But why, when horses and rhinos and cattle also have LAGs -- and don't show
differences between proximal and distal limb bones?
I guess the largest mammals and dinosaurs have to grow faster and can't
afford, erm, lags in their growth.