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Re: Baja-ing Dinosaurs



Concerning Baja dinos;

I would tend to agree with the basic idea, except speed was sacrificed in the
name of manuverability. Keeping a set of sharp horns facing an attacker, with
the lowered center of gravity, makes a lot of sense to me. Just how
determined a predator would be, of course, depends on how long it had been
since its last meal. Generally I agree with the idea, but speed of turns was
more important than top-end MPH.

Roger A. Stephenson
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