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Roger A. Stephenson wrote:
<Would it not be possible for the new Suchomimus to have swept it's mouth
back and forth through the water, much like a pelican, and snapped when it
encountered prey. This would allow it to keeps its eyes above the waterline
and still reach down into the muddy waters, no blues ref intended, for
those big lungfish. Just a thought.>
I thought pelican hunt by skydiving, while ducks sweep their beaks through the water. I think probably Suchomimus hunted in a heron-like mode.
Berislav Krzic