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Re: Take a bite out of life (joke)
I'm just surprised they didn't find a rex skeleton nearby complete with
Cretaceous "crash-cart and defibrillator" !! After all, scaring an obligate
scavenger like rex with a sleeping lunch that suddenly wakes up and moves
would undoubtedly cause the poor delicate critter to collapse from fright
and have a heart-seizure on the spot!
(Damn, now my tongue is stuck fast to the inside of my cheek)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Williams" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 8:50 AM
Subject: Re: Take a bite out of life (joke)
> Despite being injured and crippled, the hadrosaur survived being chomped
> by a tyrannosaur. That's one lucky sonofa. Dr Carpenter writes:
> "Therefore, it is all the more remarkable that this individual escaped.
> - luck, I suppose."
> I can offer one possible answer: The hadrosaur was taking a nap at the
> time. Given the fact that _Tyrannosaurus rex_ was an obligate scavenger,
> the hungry tyranosaur snuck over and began munching on the prostrate
> hadrosaur. When he realized that the hadrosaur was alive (!), the
> tyrannosaur squealed in surprise, and ran away in fright.
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