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Re: Tyrannosaur growth and babies
Dwight Stewart wrote:
> To me this would tend to indicate a potential for "social interaction" >
> among Tyrannosaurs that might fit more of a hyiena model than an >
> African lion model.
Typically, I have to question why you would think _Tyrannosaurus_ would
follow *either* model, since it's a *dinosaur*, not a *mammal*. (And
yes, I know you used the word "potential".) Still, it's unwise to
attempt to draw behavioral parallels between totally-unrelated forms. If
anything, _Tyrannosaurus_ exhibited "social interaction" similar
(*similar*, not *identical*) to birds or crocs. Certainly not mammals.