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On Fri, 19 Jan 1996, Stan Friesen wrote:
> Note, in one reference I have a case is made that dinosaurs, even
> the large ones. were r-selected, rather than K-selected like large
> mammals. If this is really so, than it may never have been the case
> that protecting young was economically viable (individual young are
> not as valuable to a r-selected animal, and so are less often protected).
> firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
What do "r-selected" and "K-selected" mean?