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*****SPAM***** RE: Tyrannosaurus - scavenger, my craggy butte
1) Obligate Scavenging, supported by Horner.
2) Tyrannosaurs were typical carnivores, and consequently both hunted and
I don't know if anyone can recall the last time this topic flared up
(subject "Die Me, Dichotomy") but, I kinda took heat for saying "I'm keeping
an opened mind on the subject."
Lots of people took that as "Duh, T-rex was a obligate scavenger!" which was
not my point or meaning. I meant I'm keeping an open mind to it being a
little of both, rather then "Either/Or."
Ken Carpenter convinced me that T-rex did in fact hunt during a Television
program in which he appeared, showcasing a Hadrosaur with a healed tail
wound that came from a T-rex. The fact that it did not die from the tail
wound is proof that it was attacked (although unsuccessfully) and not
That's all I have to say on the subject of T-rex: Predator or Scavenger.
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