The Sauropoda were all bipedal herbivores.
The Brachiosauridae have lower forelimbs than hind limbs.
The teeth of Apatosaurus are
Prosauropods and sauropods evolved from a common unknown ancestor.
Diplodocidae had relatively short tails.
This sauropod was the ultimate tree-top browser.
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Sauropod feet had big fleshy pads.
True about Sauropoda
Have massive solid limbs. Most have lightly-built vertebrate with struts and buttresses and pleurocoels. they have 12 or more cervical vertebrate. They have 4 or more sacral vertebrate.
The Titanosauridae were more common in the Gondwana (Southern) continents than in the Northern Hemisphere.
The Sauropoda are found on all continents except Antarctica.
Sauropods with a humerus-to-femur ratio of less than one have front limbs longer than hind limbs.
The humerus-to-femur ratio of the Diplodocidae is greater than 1.
The saurodmorpha evolved during the Early Triassic and survived to the end of the Cretaceous.
The maximum number of caudal vertebrae among the Diplodocidae is
The Sauropoda is a small clade of plant-eaters containing no more than 10 genera.
Apatosaurus was formerly known as Brontosaurus (the latter is a jr. synonym.)
Which of these is not considered a prosauropod?
apatosaurus (yes: plateosaurus, thecodontosaurus)
Some sauropods significantly exceeded 100 ft in length.
was a sauropod covered with a protective pavement of globular or button-like plates covering its back.
is the only sauropod found in North America above the “Sauropod Hiatus,” an approx. 20-25 million year interval of the Upper Cretaceous without sauropods.