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With regards to the head butting of pachys. Has there been any pathological
growth studies on the sides of the heads? There are a lot of hornlets and
marginal edges to get hit or damaged in a near miss or glancing blow.
Wasn't one scanned already or sliced and was it done top to bottom or side to
BTW when analogies to Bighorn sheep are brought in there is a focus on the rams
head on hit "Marlin Perkins Wild Kingdom money shot" more than the hour plus of
pushing and shoving that goes on as well. The same analogy goes for horned
faces as well. There is probably a lot more shovin than hitting.
Thanks, Bill Wahl
Dept. of Geosciences 600 Park St.
Fort Hays State University
Hays KS 67601-4099
"ok brain, I don't like you and you don't like me.. just get me through this
and I'll go back to killing you with beer." Homer Simpson.