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A key feature contributed to sauropods getting so enormous, new dino foot study reveals

By Steven W. Salisbury, PhD; Associate Professor, School of Biological Sciences, The University of Queensland
Andréas Jannel, Postdoctoral researcher, Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin
Olga Panagiotopoulou, Senior lecturer PhD, Monash University
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The largest animals to ever walk the earth, giant sauropods dominated world ecosystems for 100 million years. New research indicates soft ‘heel pads’ helped them reach their stature.The Conversation

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