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Re: NECKING, OTHER AMBIGUOUS TERMS
At 9:43 AM 9/18/95, D.W.Naish wrote:
>> Seems to work with giraffes, who regularly spar in this way (a behaviour
>> referred to, I'm afraid, as "necking").
>Not as bad as 'humping' - the manner in which seals, and some of the
>whales also, travel over beaches and sandbars. Oh, another little snippet of a
>"But it's supposed to be freezing! How we're going to dry out all her clothes
>I really don't know"
Archaeocetes? where did that information come from?
Jason J. Head
V.P. graduate student
Dept. of Geological Sciences
Southern Methodist University
Dallas, Tx. 75275