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Re: DINOSAUR BEHAVIOR



At 04:44 PM 2/20/97 -0600, you wrote:
So let's not rule out cooperative hunting because they don't 
>do it today.
>
>Joe Daniel
>
BUT BIRDS DO IT TODAY.  Prime  SCIENTIFICALY DOCUMENTED examples (mentioned
in previous posts) are the cooperative hunting behavior of Harris'
(Bay-winged) Hawks and (although not hunting _per se_ it is the catching and
eating of live prey) the cooperative fishing of pelicans.

Have a good weekend, everyone!

John 
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