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Why there are no giant mammals [Biology]
posted April 25 2013 19:46.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis




We know that on Earth, giant reptiles used to walk. The biggest dinosaur ever recorded, the Amphicoelias Fragillimus weight 122 tons! There are though several reasons why mammals would never be able to grow that large. Watch the following video to learn more.



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