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Monday, 6 May 2013

Scott Mardis' Share Links on Long Necked Seal Resources.

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Here are Scott Mardis' compiled pdf resources for the LongNecked seal theory. NONE of these sources acknowledge the fatal flaw of the theory, that placental mammals almost invaruably have only sevebn cervical (neck) vertebrae and that longer-necked mammals still have only the seven vertebrae in their necks. If you thought Plesiosaur necks were stiff, please consider how much stiffer the neck of a giraffe is! A giraffe-necked seal would be quite crippled in the water, Nevertheless the theory does remain populatr. I reccommend getting a copy of Oudemans' work first.

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