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Re: Re[2]: SCRAPPING TYRANNOSAURS..



>       I'd like to point out that roosters attack with both legs while 
>     flapping their wings to stay aloft. (at least the one responsible for 
>     the 2 inch scar on my leg flapped in order to keep his feet in line 
>     with his target)

True for roosters - hardly so for cassowaries!
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