Among the animatronic dinosaurs, sauropods have smaller skulls and longer necks. The tail is extremely long, the forelimbs are shorter than the hind limbs, the coracoids and scapulae are not healed tightly, the intestines are suddenly reached, the toes are twisted, the tibia is shorter than the femurs, the talus and calcaneus are not healed, and the distal claws of the first toe of the front and back feet are very Developed, fifth toe degenerate. There are more than 100 species of sauropod dinosaurs (sauropods). The largest sauropod dinosaur is over 30 meters long, with a long neck and tail, and its thick limbs support the body like a large wine barrel. With the exception of sauropod dinosaurs, no terrestrial dinosaur is longer than 20 meters.
Sauropod dinosaurs are plant-eating animals. They do not eat food by chewing, but by tearing plants such as leaves from branches and swallowing them whole. To compensate for the lack of chewing, sauropods have a strong digestive system, so their heads are small because there is no need to evolve strong chewing muscles. You see, the fossils of sauropod dinosaurs have very small skulls. Compared with their huge bodies, they are completely different and totally out of proportion.
Sauropod dinosaurs have long necks, just like snakes, and seem elegant. Such a long neck has the advantage that it can reach tall plants and avoid competition with other dinosaurs that eat low plants. Is the sauropod dinosaur’s neck usually held up like a swan, or does it extend its head forward? Most scientists think of the latter.
Because if it is like the former one, due to their large size, their necks are very long. Sauropod dinosaurs need high blood pressure to deliver blood to the small head seeds at the front of their necks.
Third, scientists speculate that sauropods have a slower metabolism, much slower than mammals. This is because sauropod dinosaurs are large in size and it is very difficult to regulate body temperature. Therefore, the speed of metabolism must be reduced to maintain normal body temperature. Slow metabolisms result in low energy loss, which shows that they are very good at extracting energy from food. The largest of the sauropods is the Argentinosaurus. Among the species of sauropod dinosaurs that are more familiar are: plate dragon, lufeng dragon, confused dragon, brachiosaurus, beam dragon, argentinosaurus, tidal dragon, short-necked panosaurus, Poseidon dragon, super dragon, dragon , Amagar Dragon, Emei Dragon, Yellow River Dragon, Chuan Street Dragon, Thunder Dragon, Europa Dragon, Dome Dragon, Yoba Dragon, etc.