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Re: kibbles and bits

>From: rowe@lepomis.psych.upenn.edu (Mickey Rowe)
 > Similarly, the tail of a hadrosaur mounted at the Denver Museum of
 > Natural History has healed injuries which even Jack Horner apparently
 > admits are most probably the result of an attack from a Tyrannosaurus.
 > Since dead animals don't heal, it seems that we have strong evidence
 > that Tyrannosaurs hunted live prey...
AND that the intended victim occasionally got away - much as still
happens today with predator and prey.

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