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A new study suggests that long-necked sauropods, the largest animals to walk on Earth, may have dominated during the Jurassic period thanks to a large…

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A new study suggests that long-necked sauropods, the largest animals to walk on Earth, may have dominated during the Jurassic period thanks to a large explosion of volcanic activity that began about 184 million years ago. The resulting environmental crisis may cause a change in plant life that has given hard-toothed and large-gutted herbivores a powerful advantage over other herbivores.
The finding comes from the discovery of a new fossil of one of the first “true” sauropods in Argentine Patagonia….

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