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Re: How would Tyrannosaurus approach a Triceratops?

In article <20050818161736.99958.qmail@web33704.mail.mud.yahoo.com>, 
Mike Lima wrote:
> Now it seems like Tyrannosaurus would have
> to cross a greater distance than a lion to catch its
> prey, and if Triceratops had the temperment of a
> rhinoceros, hunting a Triceratops seems like a good
> way for a Tyrannosaurus to be seriosly injured or
> killed.
       Sounds like a good argument for a "You can't face in 3 
directions at once!" strategy. Viz, break out one from the herd 
(*presumed* herd? but there is at least one mono-specific bone bed 
IIRC?), isolate it, then kill by the death of a thousand 
 Aidan Karley,
 Aberdeen, Scotland,
 Location: 57°10' N,  02°09'  W (sub-tropical Aberdeen), 0.021233
 Written at Thu, 18 Aug 2005 22:13 +0100

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