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Re: T-Rex the scavenger (fwd)
> > And if T. Rex were a scavenger, he should have flourished with all
> > the dino dead at the end of the Mesozoic - Cretaceous carrion
> > a-plenty....
> But not after a year or so after all the large prey died.
Well...(tongue firmly in cheek here)
If you look at predator/prey ratios, or vulture/carrion ratios if
you're Jack Horner, T. Rex's larder might have been pretty well
stocked, and scavengers don't usually have a problem with rotten
meat, so Rex could have been fat and happy for quite a while.
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