I would assume that variables such as gene pool diversity, mating difference, % of genes from father, likelihood to share food, amount of roaming, amount and type of turning, persistence, stealth, and % of female offspring are unknown and virtually unknowable for any prehistoric animal. Is this a correct assumption?
High school student/closet paleontologist
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"...I suspect he actually has a subspecies of _Stenonychosaurus_, though I
haven't decided for sure...small Triassic carnivore--two meters from pes to
acetabulum. In point of fact, a rather ordinary theropod..." -from Crichton's _The Lost World_