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Long ago the dinosaurs became extinct, they were known to have small kinds of lungs.
Perhaps the Earth's polarity changed over weakening the magnetosphere at the time
resulting in the loss of atmosphere due to solar winds and storms
With such a large body mass, combined with a long neck, physiologists encounter problems determining how these animals managed to breathe.
Merely speculating on a topic about which I know very little.Speculating also about solar storms. Just speculation.