PLESIOSAUR NECKS – WHY SO LONG?

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  1. Thomas Manno
    Thomas MannoMay 30, 2016 at 8:59 pm

    I would have to say that is a very in depth and logical thought. One my friends and brothers have said made no sense when I have talked about before. You thought it much deeper than I have and I love the explanation you put forth.

    One other thing is that it could have been a defense mechanism too. When being attacked, with the head being further away from the body, it would allow more confusion to the predator with separate movements at further distances and if the muscles in the neck were strong enough, could also allow the animal to immobilize the enemy long enough to get some damage done with its teeth.
    Just a thought.

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