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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ronald Orenstein)
> The largest living termite-eaters that I know of are the giant anteater
> (18-39 kg) which has been reported to eat 30,000 termites (and other
> insects) a day; the giant armadillo (up to 60 kg, at least in captivity)
> whose primary food is termites; and the aardvark (40-100 kg, usually 50-70
> kg). How does this compare with segnosaur sizes?
Small. Segnosaurs were in the thosuand kg and up size range.
Scaling up from a giant anteater this comes to hundreds of thousands
of termites per day.
The peace of God be with you.