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Re: Tyrannosaur vision

Mickey Rowe wrote:

But still, Tyrannosaurs could have had eyes like
partially opened daisies -- each petal of the flower being analogous
to a feather that stuck out to protect the eye from the blood and guts
it took in with its typical meals.  Obviously I'm joking in that last
sentence fragment.  Their eyes were probably more like geraniums.

Mickey Rowe     (mrowe@lifesci.ucsb.edu)

I was thinking more along the lines of mumms - or a "Bloomin' Onion" from Outback Steakhouse - only not as tasty!


Allan Edels