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Re: T.rex predation




On Thu, 18 Sep 1997, Chris Campbell wrote:

> Dinogeorge@aol.com wrote:
> > 
> > In a message dated 97-09-18 13:38:15 EDT, jconrad@lib.drury.edu (Kevin James
> > Dracon) writes:
> > 
> > << On Thu, 18 Sep 1997 Dinogeorge@aol.com wrote:
> > 
> >  > So--the supposed "prey animal" got away, yes? It wasn't _killed_, yes? So
> >  > theoretically the _T. rex_ could have been a scavenger that occasionally
> >  > tried but couldn't kill live prey.
> > 
> >  Yeah, just like lions, tigers, crocodiles, raptors...   >>
> > 
> > Actually, _unlike_ lions, tigers, crocodiles, raptors... They _do_ manage to
> > kill live prey on occasion. Emphasis here on "couldn't." In case you haven't
> > noticed, emphasis here also on "ridiculously convoluted counterexamples."
> 
> They also fail to kill live prey on occasion, even after inflicting
YES!! MY POINT IS MADE (why I tried to be cute about it in the first place
and did not just say what you just did, Chris, is beyond me)

> 
> Chris
>