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Re: Most cervical vertebrae in a theropod
On 12 October 2011 22:25, Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. <email@example.com> wrote:
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>> From: owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu [mailto:owner-DINOSAUR@usc.edu]
>> On Behalf Of Mike Taylor
>> We all know that Mamenchisaurus had the most cervical
>> vertebrae (19) of any known sauropod. But can anyone tell me
>> what is the record-holder among theropods? What about ornithischians?
> For theropods: swans, with up to 25. There may be other birds that reach this.
Haha, I walk into it every time.
No, sorry -- as Jaime rightly guessed, I meant Real Dinosaurs.
On 12 October 2011 22:28, Jaime Headden <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> For theropods? You want that in herons or non-extant, non-avians? That should
> go to *Khaan mckennai* or *Nanshiungosaurus bohlini* for nonavian theropods,
> which amass around 13 or so vertebrae.