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Re: T.rex bite marks
On Tue, 16 Sep 1997, Kevin James Dracon wrote:
> Dogs (i.e. wolves) have a wonderful sense of smell, but this is not
> considered an adaptation for scavenging so far as I know. Could the
> olfactory bulb (and therefore the sense of smell) in _T.rex_ be
> interpreted the same as the sense of smell in wolves?
> Just a question, because everyone seems to be accepting that a keen sense
> of smell would automatically mean that an animal was a scavenger.
Is there a gender difference? For males, a good sense of smell could
also be used for locating females. Elephants come to mind.
+----------+ Rich Travsky RTRAVSKY @ UWYO . EDU
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