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Could a sauropods shift lungs forward to make his front lighter for reaching up 'tre trunks'?
Alligators' Muscles Move Lungs Around For Sneaky Maneuvers In Water (March
14, 2008) -- Without a ripple in the water, alligators dive, surface or roll
sideways, even though they lack flippers or fins. Biologists have discovered
alligators maneuver silently by using their diaphragm, pelvic, abdominal and
rib muscles to shift their lungs like internal flotation devices: toward the
tail when they dive, toward the head when they surface and sideways when
they roll. ... > full story
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