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On Mon, 18 Jul 1994, Alex Hertzog wrote:
> I have always read that Baryonyx (sp?) ate fish, but I could never find out
> that conclusion was reached. What evidence suggests that? Could someone please
> enlighten me?
1. The original work done on the matrix removed from the bones of Baryonyx
produced some fish scales which showed signs of having been partially
2. The jaw design and the high number of teeth possibly indicates a
crocodile-like fish eating life-style.
3. The most wildest suggestion was that the large front claws could have been
used in grizzly bear fashion to scoop fish from water.
---John Schneiderman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- From: Alex Hertzog <AHERTZOG@alma.edu>