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Polarity of concavo-convex intervertebral joints in the necks and tails of sauropod dinosaurs.

The highly elongated necks, and often tails, of sauropod dinosaurs were composed of concavo-convex vertebrae that provided stability without compromising mobility.

Daniel Fisher~ New evidence humans settled southeastern US far earlier than previously believed

"The stone tools and faunal remains at the site show that at 14,550 years ago, people knew how to find game, fresh water and material for making tools. These people were well-adapted to this environment."

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