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Re: All this flying talk---then comes the why..or something
How about the fact there was simply a new niche to colonize filled with
flying insects and such good things to eat?
Stephen Faust firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sun, 12 Apr 1998, DinosØMP wrote:
> Most people I talk to - "knows" why flight evolved.
> You ask, and they answer - "Its much easyer to escape danger that way"
> OK. Running is allso a effective way, AND flying ofcourse.
> But why, then, did the most dangerous animals (at their time) evolve to
> fly??? What
> where they scared of?
> Why has those animals kept their siccle claw a long way up in the air? Take
> "Rahona" or
> "Linsterosaurus" ("Velociraptor jr/Saurornitholestes sp") for example. They
> are nice
> links to birds. They have allso kept a large siccle claw, just like
> Deinonychus. How
> about them _attacking_ from the air-gliding town from a hill or a tree, down
> to an
> unsuspecting prey.
> Maybe avian flight did not avolve to escape danger - but to be the one that
> makes it!
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