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Sauropods In Scientific American

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  • Love the Raul Martín ilustration :D I notice the Antetonitrus has its thumb claw raised like that of a raptor (or a Thylacoleo :D), looks cool.

    They reached their peak during the Maastritchian? :O And to think that we were all taught that they went extinct at the beginning of the Cretaceous XD




  • Adam Khor wrote: »
    They reached their peak during the Maastritchian?

    It would appear so (potential gaps in the fossil record from other time periods notwithstanding). There are more kinds of sauropod known from the Maastrichtian than the late Jurassic which is traditionally considered their peak.




  • Galvasean wrote: »
    It would appear so (potential gaps in the fossil record from other time periods notwithstanding). There are more kinds of sauropod known from the Maastrichtian than the late Jurassic which is traditionally considered their peak.

    How things have changed...:cool:


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