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Re: Cursorial adaptations (was T.rex and elephants)
>I've always been skeptical of the idea of using the horns for
>intraspecific competition for two main reasons: first, those horns are
>long and sharp. Aside from the obvious problems of breakage due to
>direct contact with the frill, the risk of injury in such exchanges
>would be quite high.....
How, then, do you explain Pachyrhinosaurus? I can't see whatever it had on
its snout being much use except in shoving matches.
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