Published in Hematology Week, May 9th, 2011
"We propose here that sauropods could have browsed high by sitting, squatting or even kneeling on their hind legs to elevate their heads without a sharp bend at the base of the neck. A large sauropod needs a way to deal with very high blood pressure when high browsing," wrote J.D. Siegwarth and colleagues.
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