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RE: DINOSAUR digest 319
From: Martin Human [SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, June 09, 1997 1:55 AM
Subject: Re: DINOSAUR digest 319
Doug Lewis wrote: NOTHING! I DID NOT WRITE THIS!
> We talked about this a little about a month ago.
> Crocodiles don't lap and can't stick their tongues out as a prevention
> for them biting their own tongues (all those teeth). Since most
> meat-eating dinosaurs had similar problems and would probably have been
> in danger of biting through their own tongues, no, they probably didn't
> lap like mammals and probably their tongues worked mre like birds'
> tongues' do.
Come come, are we to assume that lion's lisp because they have bitten
their own tongues?