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Re: DINOSAUR digest 1058
Stan Friesen wrote:
> I do not think this is conclusive, at least if _T. horridus_ is
> the female morph. In an animal with a harem type herding system
> females may well be substantially more common than males.
True as far as it goes, but is there any evidence of Triceratops being a
herd animal? I know it gets illustrated that way, but I was under the
impression that there are no known Triceratops bonebeds; finds have been
single. Is this so?
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