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Re: Mononykus, Titanis, and Ground Sloths
>He believes that the [ground sloth] claws were used particularly for flipping
>over and stabbing
>Glyptodonts, which resemble armadillos. So we have an animal thought to be a
>bark-stripper that now appears, on the basis of its arms, to be a carnivore.
OOC, do the sloth teeth show indications of a predatory or omnivorous lifestyle?
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