Sauropod dinosaurs’ long necks, why?

This 11 February 2020 video from the USA says about itself:

A Short Tale About Diplodocus‘ Long Neck

Long necks gave sauropods a huge advantage when it came to food, but not in the way you think. And this benefit would allow them to become the biggest terrestrial animals of all time!

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