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Re: Theropod Bias?


In your post you note that humans were " ... once prey ourselves... "; is
this really so?  I've always thought of primitive humans as simply competitor
predators, not naturally the prey of other predators.  Is there evidence that
humans were actually preyed upon by other, more adept predators?  Certainly
today, wild predators avoid humans or ignore them; I've never perceived
ancients as the "gazelles" of some bygone era.  But I have never analysed
this issue.

Wayne Bottlick