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Re: The Life of Birds - Part 2
On Tue, 27 Jul 1999 MKIRKALDY@aol.com wrote:
> The vast nesting grounds of the geese brought to mind a hadrosaur
> nesting site from scores of millions of years ago--a pleasant thought
> on the continuance and perseverance of nature's strategies.
Except that hadrosaurs could not separate themselves from their predators
in quite the same manner, viz, by flying thousands of miles.
I mean, colonies for hadrosaurs may have had a protective function rather
than an isolationist one.