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RE: Sundry responses of Bois
But my favorite is the hairy armadillo which preys on rhea eggs by digging
a network of burrows under the nest until it collapses. They then, it is
believed, break eggs by knocking them together. They have no dental
adaptations specific to egg-eating, as far as I know, other than a tongue
to lap up the yummies.
On Tue, 30 May 2000, Stanley Friesen wrote:
> At 01:40 AM 5/30/00 -0700, Tracy Ford wrote:
> >Any idea on which mammal families (I'm assuming that there will be more than
> >one) ate eggs? Or the kinds of teeth that would be best suited for it?
> Its really quite a variety: opossums, raccoons, foxes, various mustellids
> (indeed most smaller members of Carnivora), and so on.
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