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The neck of Barosaurus was not only longer but also wider than those of Diplodocus and other diplodocines

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The most disheartening experience I've ever had in academia was receiving and handing five detailed reviews for this preprint then submitting the fixed version only to NOT get "yes, this is fine" reviews, but a stack of new work imposed on me.
@EJR_Paleo Quite right. We have a paper on that in the early stages. But we're not doing much to advance it till we've got this earlier Barosaurus project through peer-review:
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Author Contributions

Michael P Taylor analyzed the data, wrote the paper, figure preparation.

Mathew J Wedel wrote the paper, figure preparation.


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