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Re: DINOSAUR BEHAVIOR
At 05:28 PM 2/20/97 -0700, you wrote:
As I understand it,
>flocking behavior just involves copying what one bird is doing; it
>doesn't involve much strategy or innovative thinking that would be
>required in social hunting, a behavior apparantly restricted to a
>few fairly brainy birds.
THE SENTINEL BEHAVIOR OF FEEDING FLOCKS OF THE CANADA GOOSE IS AT LEAST ONE
ASPECT OF FLOCKING BEHAVIOR THAT DOES NOT FIT YOUR ABOVE STATEMENT. WILL
SUPPLY DETAILS UPON REQUEST.
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