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Re: Experts had thought only herbivores hunted in packs...
Ken Kinman wrote:
> However, I find it extremely hard to believe that Currie would mistake
> a flood-carried jumble of dinosaurs for a pack of animals that died together
> in situ. Wouldn't a flood-carried jumble tend to be a variety of dinosaurs
> (not to mention other animals), with herbivores outnumbering the carnivore
> bodies? Come to think of it, wouldn't this be true in the "tar trap"
> scenario as well?
I saw most of the BBC "Horizon" programme which this BBC "news" item was really
an advert for (missed a few bits, but will see it again when I play the video
for my son). Though a popular science documentary doesn't go into the level of
detail that people here would like, it was pretty explicit about the point that
this was a single-species, mixed-age assemblage, and presented that as a
refutation of the flood-carried or tar trap scenarios and thus as the clincher
for Currie's theory.