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Re: How Did T.Rex and other Dinosaurs Sleep?
To a pick a humorous nit; extrapolating from the
extant population, flesh-eating therapods might not
have tasted good...
On the other hand, I have known several herbivores
capable of holding grudges; Mrs. Thompson's milk cow
and a quarterhorse named Highball both come to mind.
--- GSP1954@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 12/3/05 2:02:26 PM,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> << > Being gigantic predators there is no reasonable
> doubt that tyrannosaurs
> > al. spent much time sleeping, probably resting on
> their pubic boots and
> > which would allow them to get up quickly if they
> needed to. Resting on the
> > when sleeping would be less safe, and might impair
> respiration as is true in
> Safe from what? At least, in the tyrannosaurs' case
> ;) >>
> >From other tyrannosaurs who would be happy to make
> a meal of another
> tyrannosaur, and perhaps reduce competition. They
> were good eating from what I hear.
> And then there were ceratopsids with a grudge.
> G Paul