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Re: Hominids as prey



I'm starting to feel bad about digressing from dinosaurs. I'll
make this short.

On Mon, 3 Feb 1997 glh@TSO.Cin.IX.Net wrote:
> [...]
> However, once large predators discover how easy it is to knock off one
> of us higher hominids, they seem to make a habit of it (we must be
> mighty tasty).

Acutally, I beleive this is the classic case of the Man-Eater (when
they find out we're tasty and easy).

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