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Re: erect posture and its implications

---Jack <jconrad@lib.drury.edu> wrote:
> On Thu, 18 Jun 1998, Larry Dunn wrote:
> > How does this follow?  The only migrating terrestrial animals I can
> > think of (off the top of my head) are herbivores.  Are there
> > terrestrial migrators that are insectivores?  Carnivores?  
> Hi Larry!  Long time, no read.  Wolves will follow caribou herds on
> their migrations in Alaska, and I believe that they once followed
herds of
> bison on the plains.  This last may be incorrect and, at any rate,
> basically the same thing as the former.  

Agreed, but are they then migrating to exploit various stationary food

Aren't they just migrating because their food source is migrating? 
That's not the kind of migration that the person I replied to (the
enigmatic "Human") was referring to.


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