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“…Erickson 26 noted that Champsosaurus may have possessed a well-developed sense of smell due to the pronounced olfactory chambers of the nasal passages, a conclusion supported here by the prominent olfactory chambers and olfactory duct of CMN 8920 (Fig. 8) that appear comparable in proportional size (relative to the total length of the skull and brain, respectively) to those of modern crocodiles 4 and gharials 71 . He also stated that a well-developed sense of smell in Champsosaurus would be inconsistent with its aquatic habits, because detecting airborne odours would have had little importance for detecting food, but Erickson 26 did not consider other advantages of high olfactory acuity.…”
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“…Erickson 26 noted that Champsosaurus may have possessed a well-developed sense of smell due to the pronounced olfactory chambers of the nasal passages, a conclusion supported here by the prominent olfactory chambers and olfactory duct of CMN 8920 (Fig. 8) that appear comparable in proportional size (relative to the total length of the skull and brain, respectively) to those of modern crocodiles 4 and gharials 71 . He also stated that a well-developed sense of smell in Champsosaurus would be inconsistent with its aquatic habits, because detecting airborne odours would have had little importance for detecting food, but Erickson 26 did not consider other advantages of high olfactory acuity.…”
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“…) and the basal euschian Lohuecosuchus megadontos (Serrano‐Martínez et al . ), for which auditory acuity has also been estimated.…”
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“…) and with the basal eusuchian Lohuecosuchus megadontos (Serrano‐Martínez et al . ). As individuals can typically only hear within their own vocal range, estimations of auditory acuity can be informative regarding vocality (Narins et al .…”
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“…2017; Serrano‐Martínez et al . 2019a). Nevertheless, the analyses of fossil specimens have improved our knowledge of the inner skull cavities of extinct eusuchians, such as the basal eusuchians Aegisuchus witmeri (Holliday & Gardner 2012), Allodaposuchus hulki (Blanco et al .…”
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“…2015) and Lohuecosuchus megadontos (Serrano‐Martínez et al . 2019a), the alligatoroids Mourasuchus nativus (Bona et al . 2013) and Diplocynodon tormis (Serrano‐Martínez et al .…”
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