Most people on here probably know of it, so I'll skip pleasantries. But one of the quickest complaints people have with it is that it's reported as being carnivorous when sauropods were herbivores - but what's stopping sauropods from being non-incidentally carnivorous? They certainly had the bite force to do so, and most other herbivores will snack on protein if they need it. Not to mention sauropods are descended from predators. So, what's stopping a smaller sauropod from adapting to be a hunter of small animals, like in the example given of a relic population? To be clear I don't want to discuss if Mokele Mbembe is around or not, I want to discuss non-incidental carnivory in sauropods.