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Re: Dromeosaurid behavior........Pack hunting! (long)
> I had several posts on the Dinosaur Mailing List that dealt with this.
> Many may
> not believe that the Deinonychus antirrhopus hunted in organized packs,
> but some of the scientific community does. ( I'm not going to say who
I suppose that my main question in this matter is, why is it difficult to
believe that certain species of Dinosaurs did hunt in packs? From a simple
biological point of view, it would make great sense to think that, for a
matter of efficiency if nothing else, some species eventually came to behave
in this fashion. I'm not trying to start any debate with anyone, but I am
simply curious: Why would some types of dinosaur not live in hunting
packs? What would some of the disadvantages of this type of living be?
John M. Dollan
Graduate Assistant-Residence Life
Montana State University-Northern
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