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RE: NY times article
This works mainly because water is a lot denser than air.
Noise from a sauropod tail could frighten a predator, or maybe blow it
eardrums out, but it is not going to bowl them over the way the pistol
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> Subject: Re: NY times article
> Edward.Seidl@astramerck.com wrote:
> > 2. Isn't there a type of crustacean (a shrimp I think) that snaps it
> claw and disables nearby
> > fish with the sound or shockwave? Can anybody elaborate on this?
> The shrimp is called the "Pistol Shrimp."