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Re: Ceratopian defense I (ahh to long to write)
>Just one problem with this: with one major exception, ceratopsian
>are NOT solid; they are mostly soft tissue. The bone is normally just
>rim around the outside. (The one exception is _Triceratops_ itself).
>a frill isn't going to be useful in defending against a whole lot.
>Instead of butting heads, consider "head wrestling" with deliberately
Ah, no, the frill is not soft tissue. I think you mean it is not solid,
but is 'spongy', which is correct. Or are you talking about the
fenestra (holes) in the frill? Still there is a lot of bone between the
For more information you can read my...ah never mind.