posted on Mar, 24 2008 @ 10:30 AM
For a breeding population to exist, or continue to exist, you need to maintain a certain threshold of numbers. Given the size of sauropods, evidence
would be obvious, it seems to me. It might, of course, be in the process of dying off, that might explain the small numbers...my other question is
why would the speicies live in the swamp? Sauropods, according to current orthodoxy, were creatures of the open plain or savannah, maybe low scrub
forests. They were, quite litterally, walking vacuum cleaners. Seems to me, the evidence of their existence would be obvious.