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Re: Unidirectional gator breathing in Science



2010/1/14 don ohmes <d_ohmes@yahoo.com>:
> Yes. The implications may be quite interesting relative to sauropod 
> lifestyle, too.

Well, not really -- it's aready been pretty well established, by
osteological correlates of the air-sac system, that sauropods had a
respiratory system more closely resembling that of birds than any
other extant animal.  See several of Matt Wedel's recent papers, all
freely available at http://sauroposeidon.net/