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Anklyosaur/hadrosaur mimicry



> From: "D.W.Naish" <dwn194@soton.ac.uk>
> Subject: ANKYLOSAUR CLUBS
<snip>
>if Coombs' says that vertical flexibility was a no-no,
> is he dismissing Thulborn's hypothesis? Personally I was expecting Coombs to
<snip>
> around what would be normal above-ground height of a hadrosaur head,
> and that's pretty high really.

err, I'm not familiar with this theory, but what is the point of a
heavily armoured animal, such as an anklyosaur, mimicking an
(apparently) defenseless animal such as a hadrosaur?  This would only
encourage predators, surely?

martin