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Re: crocs and hadrosaurs (was science project)
From: "Cunningham, Betty" <Cunningham@sega.com>
> Most of the modern crocs'
> hunting technic is merely hanging out unmoving in the water till it can
> sneak up on somebody else and grab it, pull it under and hold it under
> long enough to drown it.
In fact killing by drowning would *favor* a low metabolism, as the
crocs do not need to breathe as much as their prey.
[As you point out, taking the first would alert the others - but so
what? One good sized hadrosaur would last a low-metabolism croc for
weeks, or even months].
The peace of God be with you.