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Re: T.rex predation



Dinogeorge@aol.com wrote:
> << Duh-by having the same marks that indicate scavenging on carcasses show
>  up on prey animals that are partially healed or fully healed (indicating
>  an attack while the prey animal was still alive and that the prey animal
>  got away) >>
> 
> 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.

Isn't this ALL in theory anyways  ;]
Sure-but how many zebras have vulture bites healing at bone depth?
These are both around today-should be plenty of evidence if vultures
attack their prey animal while it was still alive.  
What?! Are you saying vultures don't eat zebras, or is it more likely
that vultures don't KILL zebras?
Now how likely is it to find live zebras showing damage from injuries
sustained from predators like hyenas, lions, people, wild dogs, etc?


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