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Re: SVP 2004
David Marjanovic wrote:
maybe carrion (forelimbs used to tear open carcasses)?
I'd rather leave that to someone with real teeth.
Vultures are toothless, and do just fine. Actually, some vulture species
can't even rip open a carcass - they rely on predators to do that, and/or
they stick their head into existing orifices in the carcass (e.g., anus).
- Re: SVP 2004
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